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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FEDERAL, BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION; 



InReply,PlmeR^erto 
FUeNo, 

Director 

Foderal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
,Washlngton, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 



WASHINGTON 25, D. C 



FEB 2 7 1962 



RE': SA hcl^flLb.E. /)/\0OR£ 

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For Inclusion In the fund to'bo paid to tho designated lienoflclary^of any Special Agent of the FBI who'has 
previously contributed to thJs'fund^and.who dies from any causVexcept self-destruction while employed as a Special Agent, 
I am forwarding herewith (by CHECK * MONEY ORDER) the sum.of $10, payable to the Assistant Director, Administrative 
Division, FBI, to be Included In said fund. Payment'wlll be raadVfor death by self-destructionafter the Agent has been a 
member of the fund for a continuous period of *two years. It Is understood and agreed that the sum tendered, herewith is a 
voluntary, gratuitous contribution to said fund whichvl understand is to' be administered In 'the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will ^appoint a.commlttee'whlch shall consider all matters pertaining to the acquisition, 
safe keeping and expending of, said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate 'action to the Director in pertinent 
matters. The Assistant Director of the ^Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for 
same to the Director; Upon the death of any Special Xgent whojs avraember of said fund the appointed^ committee will consider 
the case and submit a recommendatlon4o\'the Director as to itsconcluslons, Appropriate instructions will then be issued to 
the Assistant Director of the'Admlnlstratlve^Dlylslon, directing hlmto pay'to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000." 
The liability of the fund shall not'under any circumstances exceed' theamount if monies In the fund at the time any liability 
shall occur. The following personals designated as my beneficiary for FBI^Agents' Insurance Fund; 



Name t ' ^ a A 



Address 



Relationship 



Date . 



The following person is designated a^ my^beneflciary under the Chas. S, Ro'ss Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed in the line of duty, other than travel accidents. 



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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



March 12, 1962 



I certify that I have?«wMwi the following Government property for official use: 
returned 



First floor master key - Justice Building „ 




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The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 



DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT ORJUffiTONN 

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Signature) Jjy^Q^tJ^-^ 

Donald e] /Moore 



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Mr. Mohr 









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JOSEPH A. SIZOO JSUGENE W. V/ALSH ' 

Inspector w Number One Man Inspector » I^umber One Man 

Domestic Intelligence Division Administrative Division,. 



BRIGGS J. Vr'jHITE 
Number One Man 
Laboratory Division 



DONALD E. MOOHE 

Insjpector 

Domestic IntelHgence Divisidn 



OUTSTANbttiG ANNUAL l>Ei^FOBMANCB RATINGS' 

TTT iw,. J ,?^®^® ^^® attached ior approval annual ratings tot Messrs Sizoo white 
Wa sh and Moore, covering the period from, April 1, 1961, KgSch 31 S " 
?fii?f *«^;?.^ ^^^I^^*'^ as Outstanding, Mr. fee.lSiontias signed Eati^s of Me^^^^^^^ 
Sizoo, White and Moora and I have signed the rating of Mr. Walsha7KOTiH 

TA, I , ^}^^ ®^®"* y°" approve these ratings, I respectfuUv reauest thaf th^ • 
Director sigh botii the original and the copy of theU ratinlras X A^^^^^^^^ 

f^r'Sfrb^fl^Tr^^^^^^^ to thaSeputy AttorneySr^^X De^^^^^^ 

Z cZZh^I fu ^^^ ?/?"^y Awards Gommitt^e, Upon approval of these ratiS 
I^^??f "Sfi'u^!^ "^^^^ ^^ returned .to tiie bureau and Messrs. Sizoo.- White mish 
and Moore will be furnished copies of tiieir ratings. They will also be eS&IS 
inpentive awards under the provisions of the Incentive AwardsS. In IfiSzl^^ 
S^l^^^i ^^f ^ven awards of $500 to Assistant Directors andtbivl S*I^S^S^ 
below the level of Assistant. Director who are in Grade GS 16 or above «S Jfr fhnoa 
t ^"'^!?.^ ^' ^^'^^"S^ ^^ ^5 ^"^ ^200 for those rGrS^Srbe^^^^^ 
inlr^^^C^Tsr """"'" ^'"'^ ""' ''' '^' "^"^ '' ^" ^^^^^ GS 16 and Mr.' wSt ' 

n. « i J^°"l^ yo" agree witii tiie foregoing, tiiese ratings wUl be forwarded & th6 
SraSiTHSar""""^ "' other outotanmn. .W have b^^^Hl 

RECOMMENDATION: ^ i^ . 

It is recommended that the Director, as Approving Official sifrn m«i 

^^^^Ti^"^ '''''fif ^^*^*^"^^^^ performance SS^^^^^^^^ 

InH W;5!^ W'?99?e<,ar|4 that upon approval of these iratings Messrs. Sizogf tM 

SnrSll^^^STool^^^ ^^ ^"'"^*^^^ ^^^^^ °^ ^^00 and that Mr. V/alsftd: ' 
-^^^^2^£|te^ffil^ he is only in Grade GS 15/ 

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EftATOR (PRINT- LAST, FIRST, MIOOLC iN ITI AD 

MOORE. Donald Ri , 



IV|!SI0N AND S^ECTION ASSIGNED 



Domestic IntelJigehfie - Ffoiit .Of f ice 



DATE. 

5-4-62 



POSjTIOH TITLE 

Inspector 



IS IS TO CERPIj^ir THAT I FRESENTLY .;IX3 .HOLD □ 00 NOT HOLD A VAlID MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR'S PERMIT OR 
IVER S *LI CENSE*' '''' ' "'■>,' ^ 



PERMIT ISSUED BY: 

(STATE, TERRITORY. 
POSSESSION, DISTRICT? 



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PERMIT^NUMBER. 

3 G 7550 



TKiS IS AN »mt'&fr^FW'»T€»"(ftee¥f»»eT'frfrt PERMIT, 
(STRIKE OUT. ONE) 



PERMIT EXPIRES 

7-31^63 



(JF RESTRICTED, EXpLAIN BELOW) 



Requires glasses 



THIS FURTHER CERTIFIES^ THAT OURING THE PAST THREE 'YEARS I HAV,E DRIVEN ^A MOTOR VEHICLE' (GOVERNMENT OR PERSON- 
ALLY OWNED) AP.PROXIMATELY 15,fl0n^ MILES. iOURING THIS JME (A) I tZ3 HAVE CS HAVE ,|JOT RECEIVED A 
TRAFFIC VIOLATION' TICKET; (BJ^I' CD HAVE- l£3 HAVE NOT BEEN HELD AT FAULT* .AS THE DRIVER OF A MOTOR TvEHICLE 
INVOLVED IN A' TRAFf I C 'ACCIDENT.' IF AFFIRMATIVE ANSWER, p.LEASE EXPLAIN IN. ADJACENT SPACE GIVING NUMBER AND 
DATES OF OFfENSES. ' * 



* "AT FAULT" MEANS ANY. CASE IN WHICH RESPONSIBILITY 
IS CONCeOED BY' EMPLOYEE .OR HIS INSURANCE COMPANY 
OR LIABILITY IS. flXEO/ BY 'DULY. CONSTITUTED AUTHOR ITY. 




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.SIGNATURE OF OPERATOR, 



NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICIAL :(PRINT A LAST, .FIRST, MIDDLE INITIAL) 

Sullivan', wdiiiam c. 



POSIT.ION TITLE 

Assistant Director 



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^THe PERSONN&f FILE OF THIS EHiPLOYEE ^HAS BEEN R'EVJeWeD AND REFLECTS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CONCERNING THC !^ 
'OP^ERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ON OFFIC lAL 'BUSINESS DURING THE PAST THREE YEARS: ' " 

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CONTINUOUS SAFE, ;DRIVING RECORD 



|. 1 ^ IN.VOLVED IN' TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AND FOUND AT .FAULT ** 
I ■'CERTIFY X^AT THIS .EMPLOYEE IS: ^, . . „ 

mOUALIFIED-^ON.THE BASIS OF HIS SAFE -DRIVING RECORD TO,pPERAT£ MOTOR. VEHICLES ON 
, „ OFFICIAL 8USJNESS.. '*' ^ ^ 

□ NOT QUALIFIED AND MUST .DEMONSTRATE, H IS OUAUFICATIONS BY SAT I SFACTOR I LY PASSING 
, A ROAD TEST, EXAMINATION BEFORE OPERATING A , MOTOR VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS. 



REMARKS 



Told to wear glasses, at all times when driving Bureau auto* 






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** »^AT FAULT*! HEANS ANY CASE LN WHICH THE BUREAU HAS 
TAKEH DISCIPLINARY ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION AGAINST 
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The Deputy^ Attorney General 
Dlr^ectorj,, FBI 



May 1, 1962 



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OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE RATINGS 
..Federal Bureau of Investigation 



There are enclosed the annual performance ratings on the 
below-listed employees, covering the period from April 1, 1961^ through 
March 31v 1962, vi^herein they have been given the 'adjective rating of 
Outstanding., 



Wilfred L- Be:c'geron 
Augustus k* Bowles HI 
Harold H, Bdyce 
William A> Brahigan 



William, li;. t:iarir 



Julian B; Erigeistad 
Joseph. M* English^ Jr; 
Ramos C* :E*eehan 
Leo J. Gauthier 
Wilfred Goodwin 



Albert .Po Gunsser 
Lawrence. J. Helm 



Willi^n V. Cleveland 



PauFTTTCox 
James E. Crawford 



Jerome J* Daunt 
C. Ray Davidson 
Graham A* Day 
Andrew J. Declcer, Jr. 
Harold W. Doak 
Sterling B. Donahoe 



uiark E . Ldvrxen 
James R. Malley 
Thomas J. McAhdrews 
Clement L., McGowan> Jr 
Walter Voj^McLaughlin 
JD6nald' E ,|^bbrer' 
Christopher J. Moran 
E^ Hyatt Mossburg 
Orson F.Mvers. Jr. 



Theron D. Rushing 
Joseph; A < Sizoo 
Charlejs Q. Smith 
Thomas G. Spencer 
Charles H. gtanley 



Roger W^ Swartz 
Howard E.. Trent, Jr. 
Eugfine W. Walsh 



Briggs J, White 
Robert E, Wick 
Marion E . Williams 



In accordance with existing requirenients, these ratings are 
transmitted for final approval by the Efficiency Awards Committee of the 
Department. 1 would appreciate it if you wpuld promptly advise me when 
these ratings have been approved^ in order that they can be considered 
official i To facilitate such processing, my signature on the ratings or that 
of my assistant, Mr. Mohr, as approving;>officer will also serve as approval 
in my capacity as a member and Mr. Mohr as alternate member ^of-the C^ ^ 
Efficiency Awards Committee . r\! int I r l\ I !- 15- M U ^ 



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-JEnclosures 
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Copifes prapliJed' sLnd attacfied for personnel files of the above. 



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It Is xa^ pleasure to Infonri yda that your servlp^s Iroin 
iiprlll, t98I, to March 31, 1082, have merited an Outstanding^ per- 
tonnaricte rattog, \^hich has been apprpved by the Efficiency Awards 
Cdmmittee of the Cepartment|. A cop^ojt the rating is enclosed for 
your retentfbtn. . 

, .. I am also ifleased to advise of iny apprevaX of an ihcentlve 

a^d o^.$4Qd.Ci6 in recognition of the superior fashion in which jrou 
h§>ye dbiicharged j^ur resF^nsibiUtiss. A check in tbxi ardptrnt of 
^28, QO is enclosed, representing tl^is award less withliolding tax. 
I'^want you to tectowX am most appreciative of your devoted performance, 

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l^<Mr. Sullivan. (Personal Attention) Enclosur 

You sKbuld personally present this .award 
n.pt be ppssi]ble or should presentation he uhreasonabl-y delayed 
hyfSiDyii^ si^sQi^(^ c^icial acting f qr you shoujd present it. 

i - Mr. M. A. Jones 

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Mr. Conrad 
Mr. DeL'^ach 
Mr. Evans , 
Mr. M^lone 
Mr. Rosen. 



Mr. Sullivan 

Mr. Tavel 

Mr. Trotter .' 

Tele. Boom, . 

Miss Holmes 

Miss Gandy . 



Dear Mr* Hoover: 

Mr. Sullivan has Just presented me 
with an incentive award and advised me of the 
outstanding performance rating given me and I 
want to express my deep appreciation. 



My career in the Bureau has been most 
interesting and rewarding, my interest in my 
work and desires for achieving results are 
stronger than ever, and I shall do everything 
possible in succeeding years to merit your con- 
fidence and to warrant your action in approving 
this rating and award. 

.Again, my sincerest appreciation* 

Sincerel; 



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Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation £2^^ 

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UNITED' STATES GOVERtQJtNT 

Aiemorandum 

TO •• ^^^' i iH. MJmmL 

Mr. W. C.lSull&ran 



FROM 




subject: dr. ROBERT SOBLE 

ESPIONAGE - RUSSIA 



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date: July 7, 1962 

1 - Jlr. Belmont 
1 - I'ir. J. P. Hohr 
1 - l^Ir. N. P. Callahan 
1 - Mr. Sullivan 



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Mclor.e 

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The Director has inquired i^hether or not he was consulted 
on the decision not to surveil Dr. Robert Soble^ Hewasnat 
consulted. The essential reason for not doing this, wSxchturned 
out to be a poor one, was that Soble was known to be a dying man 
and any surveillance of him would greatly embarrass the Bureau tzx:^ 
and subject us to repeated criticism by_unfriendly_press men, and 
possibly some friendly press men* V %^.w>^^ "Cx./^ j^^^^.^.* C"*--.-^*^ 

As it turned out, we were wrong7| for the Director 
should have been consulted. There is now 4o sound excuse for 
not doing this and none is being offered. 



Steps have been taken to prevent a recurrence of this 
in the future through instructions given to all Section Chiefs 
and supervisors. Further, to drive the point home more vigorously, 
letters of censure are being recommended as set forth below^ 



RECOlCiENDATIOKS : 



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1. That I be censured for my part in the over-all 
supervision of this matter. 



2. That Inspector D. B^Ioore be censured for the 



same reason. 






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3* That Section Chief William A/ Branigan be censured 
for not following this situation more clo/eUy with his supervisors. 
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Memorandum to Belmont 
m: DR. ROBERT SOBLE 



4. That Supervisor Elbert T. Turner ,be censured for 
not following and recognizing the need to prepare a memorandum 
giving the Director an opportunity to pass judgment on this 
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMw^i 

Memorandum 



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MR. CALLAHAN 



FROM : C. R. DAVIDSON ^jj^ 






date: July 9, 1962 



Tolsen . 

Belmont 



Wphr 

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Tovel 

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subject: DR. ROBERT SOBLE 
ESPIONAGE - RUSSIA 



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On the basis of Mr. Sullivan's memotandum of 7-7^62. the 
Dii;e'ctor has approved letters of censure to Mr£^jllivan^ Inspector Donald 
jE.'^oore, Section Chief William Ar^acanigan and. Supervisor Elbert T. 
Iri/rner for' the mishandling of the Soble case. In addition, by routing slip 
me Director has instructed that in view of SA Turner's gross mishandling 
of the case and the failure to place a surveillance on Soble, SA Turner is to 
be transferred to the field. 

In connection with SA Turner's transfer and return to investigative 
duties it will be necessary to demote him from his present salary of $13, 510 
in grade GS-14 to $11, 935 in grade GS-13. He is being advised of this 
demotion in the letter of censure. 

In accordance with the above, there are attached letteisto Sullivan, 
Moore, Branigan and Turner. The transfer letter ordering SA Turner to 
the Cleveland Division is also attached. 

RECOMMENDATION: 




That the attached letters be approved and sent. 



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Tolaon .«. 
Betoont _ 
Mohj__. 
Callahan ^ 
Co'ntad ._ 
Del,o«di_ 

Evans 

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Jbear Mr. Moore: 

tnf^il!^««.^?^ff«r^^- Pl^"F°^^ '"^®^^^^"" ^^ the JDoraesllc 
4nhf;-! 5 ^^^i^^°°:«>^ ^He Ssplonage case relating to Dr; Robert 
apble. and you share in th^ responsibility for the failure to take 
STi ^?f ^"^«s -to prevent the escape of this convicted 
ff S ^^^ ^^^ country. Tnero was absol^tely no justification 
for this oiLission or for the failure, to sUbmlt to me the quest on 
Wiiether preyehtlva action, should be taken'. " quescwa 

h view of the above, i shall expect you to -dqiS>nsSate 

fn l^^f. 'rlt^t'^^^"" *^^ Bureau*s interests in tSeSre^^^^ 
toJnsur,e,that further derelictions of this nature are a^^d. 2^ 

'IC:pind/^' . / Very truly ycqays, 

f John Edgair Hoover =^ 

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT'OF JUSTICE 

FEDERAL B.UREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



keNo. 

Director 

Federal Bureou oMnvestlgatlbn 
Unlted.States. Department of 'Justice 
Washington, 6^0. 

Dear Sir: 



WASHINGTON 25, D-C; 

JUL '^1962 



RE: ^^ h^mii £.MoofefL . 

(Type or print plainly) 



For Inclusion in the fund to be paid to the designated beneficiary of any SpeclalAgent of the FBI who has 
previously contributed to this fund and who dies fromany^cause except seU-destructlon while employed as a Special Agent, 
J am forwarding herewith (by CHECK - MONEY ORDER) the sum of $10, payable to the Assistant. Director, Administrative 
Division, FBI, to be Included in said fund. Payment wlUbe made for death by»self-destructlon after tHe Agent has been a 
member of the fund for a continuous period of two years. It Is understood and agreed that the sum 'tendered herewith Is a " 
voluntary, gratuitous contribution to said fund which 1 understand Isno be^admlnlstered In the following manner.- 

The^Dlrector of 'the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertalnlngjo the acquisition, 
safe'keoplng.and expending of said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate action to the Director In pertinent 
matters. ThoiAsslstant Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for 
same to, the Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who Is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider 
the case and submit a^recommendatlon to the Director as to Its conclusions. Approprlatelnstructlonswlll then be Issued to 
the Assistant Director of the Administrative Division, directing him to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. 
The liability of the fundshall not under any circumstances exceed the amount of monies In the fund at theUme any liability 
shall occur. The following person Is designated as my beneficiary for FBI Agents' Insurance Fund: 



Name' 



Address 



Relationship 



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Xhe following iperson is designated as my^beneficlary under the Chas. S.'Ross Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the llne*of duty, other than travel accidents. 



Name 



Address 



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Very truly yours, 



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RECEPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

'UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I cetlify that I have received the following Governinent property for offlclol use: 

tunrcn 

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READ 

The Governinent property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 

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Very truly gl9,i,/t^ — 



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RECEPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17) 1.9B?, 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use: 



SOVIET & SATELLITE DEFECTORS fli #9 



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FILE 

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'-READ 

The Government property which you hereby ocknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK fiBJRlTE-ON-!T-0^||UTILATE IT IN 



Very truly yoursj 




(TVped 



Donald E.UIoore 



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RECEIPT FORGOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



aiipist 17, icifip, 



I certify that I have received the following Govetnment property for official use; 
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READ 

The Government property which yoii hereby achowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of It and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTLATE IT IN 
ANY WAY, 



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Very traly yours, 



(Written 
Signature) 




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1!?1. Donald EJioore 



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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENTPROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE- 



August 17'. 1962 



I certify that I have received the jollowing Government property for official use: 



TARGET U.S. 



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READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OK MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. 



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Very truly Mr'^'^ 



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Signature! 




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(TVped Donald E'.(/Moore 



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Signature) 




FD-281a(Rev. 12.9-S7) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17. 1962 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use; 
retufned 



ISRAELI INTELLIGENCE SERVICE IN THE U.S. 



61-B-I15 



/ 



READ. 

The Goveinment property wMch you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you ore responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it whenjts..usie..has. been completed. 

0|,|MUTLATE IT IN 



DO N0T;pM 
ANYtfiW/,t"^ 




FIL 



3-M 

'Very truly yours, 



(TVped Donald E. I/Moore 

Signotate) ' 



V 



y 




FD-281a(Bev. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use; 
wtnTnTO* 



SOVIET BLOC ILLEGAL AGENTS IN U.S. &( C 10 #61.C 




Fl c 

3-M 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. 






Very truly four?; 



^^ytakk^ 



(Written 
Signature) 

(Typed 




/(^Af^ 



<!MMJ 



Donald 1{ 




P 



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FD.28la(Rov. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I certify that 1 have received the following Government property for official usei 
irtnmwl 



DEAD DROPS 



^U 



nt/ 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible' for taking care 
of it. and returning it when its use hos been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR IRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 



ANY m 



3-M 

Very truly yours, 



Signature} A j/Afy^J^'i/ff , /^-^ 



(TypeH 
I Signature) 



Donald E. ioore 



.'li 



m 



SEP 4 1 



FD.281a(Rov. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU' OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use: 



IfOELD COilllST MOVEMEHT 



$foX nl/ 



FIL 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you .and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when- its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 



w^ 



i, *♦*" 



rsn 



3-M 

PER ^1 ^i^^Tn t- « 

Very truly yours, ' 



(Typed 
Signature) 




(Written // J 
Signature) jj/^iifi^^L 




Donald E./ Moore 



Ih^jiB- 



-HKN ' -',^ If ^'^itrt^ ^ f^ 



M »^^(^^ 4t 1 , - *".^(|(-i*«(- 1 ■ 



h""i^"r •*" 



FD-281a(Rev. 12.9'57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I cettlly that. I have received the iollowlng Goveinment property for officlaLuse: 



PRETEXTS AND-.COVER TECHNIQUES 





READ 

The -Government property which yoa hereby acknowledge ' 
is charged to ^you and you' are responsible for taking care 
,of it and returning it when its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. 



r fc^ 6 SEP 4 



s^y n 




FIL 

3-M 



Very tru 




(Written 
signature) 

(Typed 
Signature) 




fi€Jju 



Donald E/ Moore 



FD-281a (Rev. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



tiigiist 17, 1<)fi2 



I certify that I have teceivetl the following Govetnment property for official use; 



DOUBLE-AGENT OPERATIONS 



^M #8 




^/ 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when, its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY Ml 






, sii:i 1 



Very truly yours 



3-M 

vouis. -^ 





(Typed Donald E.l'lloore 

Signature) 










FD.281a (Rev, 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTjf 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

August 17, 1962 



! certify ftat Itoe received tiie. following Government property for official usk 
•{eiuHie4 

INVESTIGATING CHINESE SECURITY SUBJECTS ^^^SEC. I 



#8 1/ 



^a/ SEC. II - #8 



READ 

The Government proggriy*^ich you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 

DO NOl^RK OR WRITE ONITOR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANYtof:xW^-v^^^^vii:.| 

' ^ CMTH ' • 




Very truly yours 




o^^jJll: ftU^ 



(Written 
signature) fj/^ 

Donald E.(lJoore 



(Typed 
Signature) 



FD.281a (Rev. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



Aucfust 17. 1962 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use; 
rtlittrnsd" 



SOVIET STATE SECURITY - 



SECTION I 
SECTION II 
SECTION III 
SECTION IV 
SECTION V 
SECTION VI 



-9^ Li 



READ 

The Goverauent property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 

do not mark or write on it or mutilate it in 
any'hy^ . 



y . ^f 6 btP vj^ 



#6 ^ 

#71/ 



FIL 



3-M 



Very truly yours, 



(Written 
Signature) 




OM, 



S, Donald E. Moore 



FD.28la (Rev. 12.9.57) 



G 







RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17. 1962 . 



I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use: 



FALSE DOCUUENTS USED BY SOVIET-BLOC 
AGENTS TO ENTER THE U.S. 



51 G #9 




READ 



The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged .to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO(l0MRK..OR URIIE.ONIT OR MUTILATE IT IN 

ANj 



u ana rt;iunuuy ii mwii ub ub^ u« 

(lOrfMARK-OR IRIIE.ONIT OR 



Very truf 



(Written 
Signature) 

('IVpe<l 







3-M 




ZtSdt^ 



£j^S±(r 



i;^..| Donald E,C/Moore 



FD-281a (Rev. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17. 1962 



I cettlly that I have, received the following Government property lor offldd use: 



DEAD LETTER BOXES 



s^yt{ n ^ 



r 



«te4tf «Gi 



3-M 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it an4 returning it when Its use has been completed, 
DO M>RK^ffl WRITE ONIT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANYBY.^^^i ^.j- 




Very truly yours, 



(Written 
Slqnature)/W^i 



W//l^ f / 



i*^ 



ly..., Donald E.C|oore 






FD.281a (Rev. 12.9-57), 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF- JUSTICE 



August 17. 1962 



I certify that I have received the following Govetnment property for official use: 
•ttiiimd 



POTENTIALITIES OF BULGABIAN INTELLIGENCE 
ACTIVITIES IN THE D.S. 



riK #9 



/ 



READ 

The Govemment property which you hereby acknowledge 
Is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR IRItE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY., . 



^t /v 



*^\r\ 



FIL 



3-M 

Very truly ^l u^ ^ ^"^ - ^ 



(Typed • 
Signature) 




TzJU^^4^- 



Donald E.Utoore 



6 SEP fc5L 



FD.281a (Rev. 12.9-57) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



August 17, 1962 



I cetllfy that I have received the following Govetnnient property' foi olficial use; 
I Tsteired 



POTENTIALITIES OF ALBANIAN INTELLIGENCE 
ACTIVITIES IN THE U.S. 



$-j6> #9 




READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 

'DG-NOT^MARLOBJRIJE^^ONIT ORrHUTILATE IT IN 
ANY im\\l \f^\Ji\,iJUiJ' 



\^t^^\ 






3-M 



Very trulyp|^r 



(Written yi 
Signature) ^LLiL^c^ 




7 




la££^ 



^'^'^ / Donald E.liloore 

Signature) ........____ 



FD:253 (Rev. 5-15-62) 




In Repfyt Please Refer to 
FOeNo., 



Q 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

SEP 1 1 1^62 



Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 



RE: SA 



j\/.//^//) J. /^^C/?/z 



(Type or print plainly) 



For Inclusion In the fund to bo paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to^ this fund and who dies from any cause except self-destruction while employed as a Special Agents I am for- 
warding herewith (by Check • Money Order), the sum of $10, payable to the Assistant Director, Administrative Division, FBI, 
to be Included in said fund. Payment^ will be made for death by self-destruction after the Agent has been a member of the 
fund fo/ a continuous period of two years. It Is understood and agreed that the sum tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous 
contribution to said fund which 1 understand is to be administered in the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to the acquisition, safe 
keeping and expending of said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate action to the Director in pertinent matters. 
The Assistant Director of the Administrative'' Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for same to the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider the case 
and submit a recommendation to the Director as to its conclusions. Appropriate Instructions wiirthen be Issued to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Administrative Divlslon,'directing him to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000, The UabUity 
of the fund shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount of monies In the fund at the time any liability shall-occur. 
The following person Is designated as my beneficiary for FBI Agents' Insurance Fund: 



Name (primary beneficiary) , 



4^ 



^a/^^ 



Relationship 



Date 



9'-?'^:^ ■ 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, If desired) 



Relationship 



Date 



Address 



The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the Chas, S.*Ross Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the lineof duty, other than travel accidents. 



Name (primary beneficiary) 


Relationship 


Date 


Address 




* ^ 


Name (contingent beneficiary, If desired)' 


Relationship 


Date 


Address ' ' 







Very truly yours. 



ihk 



■^x.ui^iom^f) 



O "fc 




>^^^ //VUt;>^^j^ 



Agent 



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J 



Ocipbor 2V 19C2 



PEH£ONAIi 



MAILED 5 
•COMM-FBI . 




Mr* Donald B. xlooro 
3?cd6ral Bureau, of Xayostlpation 
vVasliixi^ohi D. t)!. 



Dear tSooro: 



1^ am cspociaily ^loacpd io commond you 
for your suppxrloir suporviQion at tho Se^ of Govorn- 
mcnt in .cpimccUpn with<^d inyeotil^on c^ ih6 
Bsi>lpnaso <!ap& involyi^ tfolgon ^ornsUoua jprummond.. 

You discharged your rcQj^noibillUo^ in' a 
Mghly cifcctivo ituumpr an$ your oxcollont ability, ^udg- 
indnt at^ icadorship wore, c^ the titmoat valuo in.<oyer<' 
.cq#iin^ tho numos^ous diffici^^^ Iwas 

Vpry improBocd with the outbtandini fachibn hi which 
tbie caiQp w^shandldd'and I do not want the tipjpditunity 
to pasa ^ithbut ^nklns; you f or your cpntributipn to j^ 
success achiovcd. 



rn 
o 

m 

Mi 

O 

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■ ,,- l''^'ff«' a OCT 3 ,.0, 

1 - Mr, Sullivan (Personal Attention)' 
1 -r Mr. M, A* Jo nes 
1 -I [Sent Direct) 







Based on Sulllvan-Bfelmont mempj 10-1-62, re "Nelson Gornellous 
Drummond.. Espionase - Russia* " 



Y^^i 



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MAIL BOOA dlv TECETYP^ UNIT Q 



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sSut§tTfiS,i5^T Reading Room 




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(Rev. June 1956) 
v^Gtiireau of the Budget 
afCuj2NA-32 (Rev.) . 



NAME-rFIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 








PORT OF MEDICAL EXAMiNATIO 



Vo ^/ ^ ld Br 



"• JjjpteSA 



gXiRPOSE OF EXJ^|lINATIOM 
5. AGENCY 117 



DE AND COMPONC 




OX>rhAr 



; «frM< or iSFA <XLit txt town, tone and State) 



"2^^ LS^CE ^ 



JATE OF BIRTH 



^ 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



MILITARY 



CIVIUAN 



'lace OF BIRTH 






^JXTE OF EXAMINATION 



ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDR^ 



15. OTHER INFORMATION 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (Tofoi) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



NOR- 
MAt 



77 



i 25, OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



__ 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



(C/iecAc eac/i itetn in apptoptiAte col- 
umn; enter **NE'* it not evalutit^a.-j 



18. HEAD. FACE. NECK, AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22. EARS— ^GENERAL *'"*' * **'• ««*«'•) (Avdtt^frif 



23. DRUMS (Perforathn) 



11 EVF<— crNPPAl (Vuwof oeiiUirdfKl re/roelfon 



26. PUPILS (EqualUjr and reaction) 



27. OCULXR MOTILITY j^^Sr^SLf^^^ ^ — 



28. LUN6S*AND CHEST (Include buattt) 



29. HEART {Tkrua^ $he, rhythm, toundt) 



30.-VASCUUR SYSTEM (Varkoeiiiet, etc.) 



-31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hanh) 



32. ANUSANDRECTUM [^^Zt^jflfJl^f^ 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. 6-U SYSTEM' 



35. UPPER EXTREMITIES JSiiSi?*' ""** *^ 



36. FEET 



37.- LOWER EXTREMITIES tgg;a^{^'i:^,^^i^^ 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39- IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC {Equilibrium tttU under ittm 7t) 



42. PSYCH I ATR IC (5j>« ifganv per *#iialilv dewiati&n > 



43. PELVIC (Femalet only) (Check how done) 

D VAGINAL D RECTAL. 



ABNOR 
MAL 



NOTES. (Describe every abnormality indetAtL Enter pertinent item number before e»ch 
comment. Continue in item .73 and use additional sheets if necessary.) 



,'Pm 



<^LOSURElZ 



h^ 



REC-150 



Searche d „. Numberedl__~~ 

4 OCT 8 1962 ^' 




(Continue in item 73) 



44. DENTAL (Place appropriate symbols above^or below ^umber pf^upper and lower teeth, reep^ctively,) 
o-RettoraUe teeth X^ MUtinj teeth * iSXS) ^Fixed bridge, brackeU to 
l—mnrettoraUetuth XXX-Replaced by denture* include abutmenU 

R V Xl 

16 E 



I 

G — rr 

H 32 

T 



31 



30 



28 



26 25 



10 11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



24 23 22 



21 



20 



^ 



18 



17 F 
J 



REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL 
DEFECTS AND DISEASES 



■-^c 




45. URINALYSIS: A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY 



B. ALBUMIN 



C. SUGAR 



^ 



/.f )Ar 



USORATORY FINOtNGS 



47. SEROLOGY (Specify te*t uied and 



rdtJt) 




Uir' 



^ 



D. M 



>SCOPIC 

i 



48. El 



lilAlL^ 



n 



49. BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



/ 767 /-^ A 



(iVye, date, fUr^ number and retuU) . a 



50. OTHER TESTS 



^ 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51. HEIGHT 



57. 



lElGHT " 52. WEIfiiJT' — ' 53-fOtjOR HAIR 54.CmX)REYES 

BLOOD PRESSURE {Atm c( htart Imt) ^ 5«. 



SlfriNG 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



m^ 



59. 



M 



RECUM' 

BENT 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



DISTANT VISION 



RIGHT 



hITZO/ l/^J^ ^ CORR.TO20/ O^^ 



LEFT 20/ ^C7 



CORR. TO 20/ ,*Z-^ 



C, I SYS. 

STANDING 
(5 mm.) 



DIAS. 



55. BUILDi ' ^ 156- TEMPERATURE 

D SUNDER D MEDIUM fii HEAVY D OBESE 



PULSE {Arm at heart Utet) 



A. SITTING 



^ 



B. AFTER EXERCISE 



60. ^ REFRACTION 



BY 



OX 



BY 



jQ.^^<^ s- 



OX 



C. 2 MIN. AFTER 



D. RECUMBENT 



E. AFTER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



61. 'y^S^Ayf ^ NEAR VISION , 



a^/c^ 



CORR. TO 



BY 



62. HETEROPHORIA(Sp«t/jfrft*fan;«) 
ES* EX* 



iw^ 



CORR. TO 



BY 



R.H. 



LH. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC 



PD 



63. 



ACCOMMODATION 



RIGHT 



LEFT 



66. FIELD OF VISION 



70. 



HEARING 



RIGHT 



LEFT.WV 






64. COLOR VISION (r«( MAti and reiult) - / 



67. NIGHT VISION {Ttit us€dand tcore) 



65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
{Test tu€d and tcore) 



68. RED LENS TESr 



71. 



AUDIOMCTER 



RIGHT 



UFT 



250 



73. NOTES (Continued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



500 



1000 



2000 
g049 



3000 
t89S 



4000 
40$S 



6000 

etu 



scoo 

St9t 



UNCORRECTED 



CORRECTEOI^^^I 



69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION 



72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
{Tett$ uted and ttotc) 



y. 



^^'t 






(Uh additional theets if necetsarv) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (Litt dtagnottt with item numbat) 



X . f i^ 



,75. RECOMMENDATIONS-FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED {SptHfy) 



77.EXAWmEE(a«fc)* 



A. Iff IS QUALIFIED FOR 

B. D IS NOT QUAUFIED EOR 



78. IF NOT QUAUFIED. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



76,. 



A.. PHYSICAL PROFILE 



U L 



H 



B. PHYSICAL CATEGORY 




fe^tanaara Form 80 
(Rev. Aug. 1950) 

BURKAV or THE BUDGET 
•'^•H C^CUI^AR . A-32 



THIS INfORMA 



OftAST NAME-FIRST NAME^MIODLE NAMt 



iQt 



REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTORY 

FOR OfflCIAl BSE OHLY AHD WIU HOT BE REIEASEO TO UHABTV^B fERSONS 



4. HOi^E ADDRESS (Numttr^ ttrut or HFJ>, citv or town, z<mc and SUUc) 



^SEX ^RACE 

_ M r \a/ 

(^ DATE OF BIRTH 

7-//-/r ' 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICET 



MILITARY 



(fp PLACE OF BIRTH 



CIVILIAN 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER, AND ADDRESS 

^ y/i//y?0' . 

^STATEMENT OF EXAMINEE'S PRESENT HEALTH IN OWN WORDS, C^o/tow fcy description ofpast hiHoty, if complaint txiitt) 



^GRAOE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 




PURPOSROF EXAMINATION 



/f////a /7u 



10. AGENCY 



(^ATEOF EXAMINATION 



11. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



G C>6 6 



^FAMILY HISTORY 


|ffy HAS ANY BLOOD RELATION {Faxtnt, brother, mttr, other)- 
QR HUSBAND OR WIFE- - - 


RELATION 


AGE , 


STATE OF HEALTH 


IF DEAD. CAUSE OF DEATH 


AGE AT 
DEATH 


YES 


NO 


(Check each item) 


REUTION(S) 


FATHER 




l)pep..nsef^ ' 


//BMr-^^/Za////} hcT<,'<JX 


LB 




V^ 


hy^D TUBERCULOSIS 




MOTHER 


1^ 


P^AJf 


■ " 






>1 


HAD SYPHILIS 


" " "" 


SPOUSE ■ 


n 


Goo ^ 


^ - — - - ».— - i -. 


" ~ 


^ 


P'T-^ 


HAD DIABETES 


^^^-T^/Z/T^ 




^( 


yaiif! ys d^^i'a 






• 




HAD CANCER 




BROTHERS 


9'<^^ 


t2o^>a 






" 


*^ 


-ilAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 


' 


AND 






' 




"^ 




HAD HEART TROUBLE 


^/?r^£je -^Sss-rti 


SISTERS 














-HAD STOMACH TROUBLE " 














~i^ 


'■ 


HAD RHEUMATISM (Arthritis) 


/>y-^i£-/^ 


CHILDREN 


yi 


Cs &^ A 


- ~- - ' - - - 








HAD 'ASTHMA. HAY FEVER, 
HIVES 


^ 


' 


r 


&o^(\ 


--^ _ , — 




^^ 


^^ 


HAD EPILEPSY (FUs) 






f 


(doo J> 


_ _ 









COMMITTED SUICIDE 


— — _ — 




^ 


Gooi^ 










BEEN INSANE 





HAVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW (Place checli at left of each item) 



YES HO 



(Check each item) ' ^ ifES 



SCARLET FEVER, ERYSIPELAS 



NO 



^ 'GOITER 



(Check each item) 



YEsiKOJ (Check each item) 



TUMOR. GROWTH. CYST. CANCER 



YES 



NO 



(Check each item) 



•TRICK" OR LOCKED KNEE 



^ ^DIPHTHERIA 



^'TUBERCULOSIS 



RUPTURE 



FOOT TROUBLE 



RHEUMATIC FEVER 



iOAKING SWEATS' 

t^ ^Ntght sweats) 



APPENDICITIS 



NEURITIS 



^ -Swollen or painful joints 



^ ASTHMA 



>ILES or RECTAL DISEASE 



PARALYSIS (Inc. infantile) 



MUMPS 



^ SHORTNESS OF BREATH 



,FREQUENT OR PAINFUL URINATION 



^^ 



EPILEPSY OR FITS 



WHOOPING COUGH 



• "f AIN OR PRESSURE IN CHEST 



IDNEY STONE OR BLOOD IN URINE 



CAR. TRAIN. SEA. OR AIR SICKNESS 



^ Frequent or severe headache 



HRONIC COUGH 



SUGAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 



^ 'f REQUENT trouble SLEEPING 



DIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELLS 



PALPJTATtON OR POUNDING HEART 



^ -WIEQUENT OR TERRIFYING MGHTMARES 



X ^VE TROUBLE 



^ ^IGH OR LOW BLOOD PRESSURE 



/ENEREAL DISEASE 



i^ tSSPRESSlON OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 



EAR. NOSE OR THROATTROOBLE 



^ ><RAMPS IN YOUR LEGS 



lECENT GAIN OR LOSS OF WEIGHT 



^ <bSS OF l^EMORY OR AMNESIA 



1^ RUNNING EARS 



^ 'FREQUENT INDIGESTION 



tTHRlTIS OR RHEUMATISM 



^ ^BEO WETTING 



*^ ^CHRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 



^ 'STOMACH, UVER OR INTESTINAL TROUSti 



)NE.>3INT. OR OTHER DEFORMITY 



^ Nervous trouble of any sort 



^ 'SEVERETOOTH OR GUM TROUBLE 



GAa BUODER TR008U OR G AtL STONC$ 



UMENESS 



^ '^NY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 



^^ 



SINUSITIS 



J, <JXUNDICE 



>S OF ARM. UG. FINGER. OR TOE 



x^ 



^ 'EXCESSIVE DRINKING HABIT 



KAY FEVER 



. ^^Y REACTION TO SCRUM, DRUG OR 
■^ MEDICINE 



PAINFUL OR "TRICK" SHOULDER OR ELBOfW 



HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 



d2 



HAVE YOU EVER (Check each item) 



21. FEMALES ONLY- A. HAVE YOU EVER— B. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: 



WORN GLASSES 



:^=5 



ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 



BEEN PREGNANT 



AGE AT ONSET OF MENSTRUATION 



j^^ORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 



BEEN A SLEEP WALKER 



HAD A VAGINAL DISCHARGE 



INTERVAL BETWEEN PERIODS 



^-•^RN HEARING AIDS 



y Tl 



IVED WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
TU&ERCUlOStS 



BEEN TREATED FOR A FEMALE DISORDER 



DURATION OF PERIODS 



STUTTERED OR STAMMERED 



A^^ 



UGHEO UP BLOOD 



HAD PAINFUL MENSTRUATION 



DATE OF LAST PERIOD 



^^{ 



ORN A BRACE CR BACK SUPPORT 



^\ 



BLED EXCESSIVELY AFTER INJURY OR 
J TOOTH EXTRACTION 



HAD IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION 



QUANTITY; Q NORMAL QtxM«wt Cn 



23, HOW MANY JOBS HAVE YOU HAD IN THE 
PAST THREE YEARS? 




24. WHAT IS THE LONGEST PERIOD YOU 
HELD ANY OF THESE JOBS? 
MONTHS 



25. WHAT IS YOUR USUAL OCCUPATION? 



26. ARE YOU (Check one) 

D RrtHT KANtXO □ Urr KANDCD 



^CLOSUIUS^ -^-J^/^d^-^Crf 



^f 



r^<- 



w.> 



^ 



YES 



CHECK EACH ITEM YES OR NO, EVERY ITEM CHECKED "YES" MUST BE FOLLY EXPLAINED iN BLANK SPACE ON RIGHT 



27. HAVE YOU BEEN UNABLE TO HOLD A JOB BECAUSE OF; 
A. SENSITIVITY TO CHEM ICALS, DUST. SUNLIGHT. ETC. 



B. INABILITY TO PERFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 



^ 



a INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 



^ ' D. OTHER M EOICAL REASONS JXiyes, give reasons) 



28. HAVE YOU EVER WORKED WITH RADIOACTIVE SUB* 
STANCE? 



29. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH SCHOOL STUDIES 
OR TEACHERS? (.If yes, give detaiis) 



30. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE 
^ OF YOUR HEALTH?. (/^>'©s. state reason and give 
details) 



31. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DENIED LIFE INSURANCE? 
(If yes, state reason and give details) 






,32, HAVE YOU HAD. OR HAVE YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
ANY OPERATIONS? Of yes, describe and give 
age at which occurred) 



33, HAVE YOO EVER BEF^ A PATIENT icommitted or 

. voluntary) IN AW ENTAL HOSPITAL OR SANATOR- 

'""'^ lUM? Of yes, specify when, where, why^ and 

name of doctor, and complete address of 

hospital or clinic) 



34. HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY ILLNESS OR INJURY OTHER 
THAN THOSE ALREADY NOTED? (// yes, specify 
when, where, and give details) 



35. HAVE YCO CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLiNICS. 
PHYSICIANS. HEAURS. OR OTHER PRACTITIONERS 
WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARS? (// yes, give com- 
plete address of doctor, hospital, clinic, 
and details) 



\B. HAVE YOU TREATED YOUJ^SELF FOR ILLNESSES OTHER 
THAN MINOR COLDS? (If yes, which illnesses) 



37. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
^^' SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL, MENTAU OR OTHER 

REASONS' (If yes, give date and reason for 

rejection) 



HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
iRVICE. BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONS? (// yes, give date, reasort, and 
type- of dischargei whether honorable, 
other than honorable, for unfitness or un-. 
suitability) 



y^ 



\. HAVE YOU EVER RECEIVED. IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 
YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 
PENSION OR COMPENSATlO'i FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 
ITY? iXfyes, specify what kind, granted by , 
whonrtt-and what amount, when, why) 



f7^,/^^ - ^/^^r- T/A^^ /^scc^ -r- 



I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE REVIEWED THE FOREGOING INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY ME AND THAT IT IS TRUE AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE. ^ ^ „ ^ .„,.^r^ 
I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS. HOSPITALS, OR CUNICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT OF MY MEDICAL RECORD FOR PURPOSES 
OF PROCESSING MY APPLICATION FOR THIS E MPLOYMENT OR SERVICe. ^ - ^f ^^:. 

^ ^— - ^^SIGNAj 



TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE 



40, PHYSICIANS SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF ALL PERTINENT t>ATA (PAwiCwn tholHo. 







M "V 






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FD-300 (Rev. 4-10-62) 



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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance of Medical Examiner 

Name of Examinee /rl OQ luP^x ^n AJ<f I d ^, 

(Type or print) ' ^ Last First Middle 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be completed: 

2 14 68 

3 17 ,69 

4 62 72 
9 65 76 

11 67 

46. Is necessary , unless facilities for affording same are not.readily available. 

48. Not required unless examinee is over 35 years of age or examination indicates such is 
desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same are not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be affprded whenever possible for all Special Agent 
applicants and Special Agents. Applicants for the Special Agent position will not be 
accepted if the hearing loss exceeds a 15 decibel average in each ear in the conver- 
sational, speech range (500, 1000, 2000 cycles); 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 
The medical examiner should answer*the following question: 

Examinee ^Klis CUis not qualified for strenuous physical exertion. 



To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employees and'Male Applicants: 

l.-Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive 
tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 



I2No LH Yes If "yes" please specify defects. 



2. Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
II3no CD Yes If "yes" please specify defects. z ! 



If examine e ha s defect ive vision, should he wear corrective glasses while operating a motor 
vehicle? □ Yes □ No 



^ 




^cwsxm,^y_y^^^^^_^^^^^ 



Desirable Weight Ranges for Males 



3. Examinee's frame is CU small 



d] medium 



q^ 



large 



Height 


Small Frame 


Medium Frame 


Large Frame 


5' 4" 


117- 125 


123 - 135 


131 - 148 


5' 5" 


120 - 129 


126 - 139 


134 - 152 


5' 6" 


124- 133 


130- 143 


138 - 157 


5' 7" 


128 - 137 


134 - 148 


143 - 162 


5' 8" 


132- 141 


138 - 152 


147 - 166 


5' 9" 


136 - 146 


142 - 156 


151 - 170 


5' 10" 


140 - 150 


146- 161 


155 -. 175 


5' 11" 


144 - 154 


150 - 166 


160 - 180 


6' 


148 - 158 


154-171 


164 - 18§* 




6'1" 


152 - 163 


158 - 176 


r«*» 

169 - 19CP 


o 


6'-2" 


156 - 167 


163-J81 


174 - 19^ 




6' 3" 


160- 171 „ . 


168 - 186 


178 - 20C^ 




BM". 


169 - 180 . 


178 - 196 


188 - 21^ 


-< 

• 


6' 5" 


174- 185 


' ;182-202 


N 

192-216 



4. Considering above weight tabl e^th e examinee's frame, and other individual physical characteristics, 
I consider his present weight /ffl Satisfactory □Excessive □ Deficient 

5. Under proper medical supervision, examinee should CD lose ^ pounds 



CZlgain 



pounds 



Remarks; 



^i.^- t^ix<Y^'^^4^^-^- 



(Signature of Medical Examiner) 



(Pate) 



iP 



L 



Tolson ^«. 

Uohi^ . 

Casper *»-. 
Callahan \. 
Conrad «-^ 
JD^Uoach « 

Evans 

Gale. _"l 
Rosea ', 
SuHlyoQ 1.^ 
Tavel" --7 
Tjoteer 



Tele. HooDj 
Holmes «™ 
jGandy ,_. 









Novombor 20, 1962 



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Mr. Donald EZ-frftioro 
Fodorai Bureau of Xftveotigatlon 
Washington, D. O. 



Dear Jiooret 




I am ta&insf this occasion to comttond you 
for tho ddvotcd and competent maiinor in which you han^ 
died your cuporvisory rof^onsibilitloG at the Scat of 
Govommont rolativo to th e investigatioa of thn fh iKin 

Sabc^pr^ inafffty involvino: 



inai 



id others. 



£ul 



'b6 
blC 



* 1, _^ X, ^**? ^®^® ^^^ thorough and aggreaoivo in 
foUov?lnjrthiG doUcato matter ^d your dedication to the 
Bureau ia romainins at wbric through last Friday nio-ht 
and Siturday mornii^ waa indeed exemplary. 5*ho con- 
tributions you mdide to the success achieved in thio 
matter \7oro a credit to you, ao v/cll as to the FBI, and 
X v/ant you to Imow I appreciate your effective cervices. 

^ndoroly, 
1 - Mr. Sullivan (Personal MeMoiS^ \ — ^ '-z.'^'Z^ 






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.CD 



;rlfM:TP 



Sent Dire 



>^ -vrtnr-^ 



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be 



,, /^?^ ^~^~ ttlDXnj 5111 

Based on memo Wannall to SuUivan, 11-19-^^2 and addendum Administrativ 
Division^ 11-20-62 re: "Cubans E|fforts in the United- States, Internal 



NOTE: Sahltation per Reading Room. 



MAIL ROOM CD TELETYPI^UNItIII] 




9 



Name: DONALD E/^MOORE Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage - Central Research Branch 
EOD: 3/10/41 Domestic Intelligence Division 

Veteran: N,A. Grade: GS #17 at $18,500 

Reserve Status: N.A, Not on probation i 



Not on lijao^ted duty 
Assistant Director W, C, Sulli\n 



3n iimaa 



Mr, Moore, since October, 1956, has been assigned as 
Inspector in Charge of the Espionage - Central Research Branch 
of the Domestic Intelligence Division. Mr. Moore makes an esccellent 
personal appearance, handles himself well in conversation, dresses 
neatly, is aggressive, industrious, enthusiastic and loyal, and 
has a most constructive attitude toward his work and his personnel. 
He comes to his present position with a well-rounded background in 
both field office and Seat of Government administration. Mr. Moore 
is handling his present assignment in a highly acceptable manner. 

On 5/11/62, Mr. Moore was given an incentive award in 
connection v/ith an Outstanding annual performance rating. Since 
that time, he has received two letters of commendation - one for 
his handling of a "leak" case and the other involving an espionage 
subject - and one letter of censure, for his mishandling of the 
Dr. Robert Soble espionage case. 

Mr. Moore may be considered a specialist in the espionage 
and intelligence field. He has a deep interest in this work and 
pursues it systematically and effectively. Handling the responsi- 
bility that he does in this particular field, Mr. Moore is rendering 
to the Bureau a very valuable contribution. 



i. 



RATING: EXCELLENT 



SPECTOR J. K. PONDER: I concur with the cbservations of Assistant 
(JKPrwmj 12/12/62) Director Sullivan. For further comments 

regarding Mr. Moore, see Memorandum 
J. H. Gale to Mr. Tolson dated 12/11/62 which summarizes the results of the 
Domestic Intell^ence Division inspection. ' 



Domestic Intelligenge-Diyision Inspection 

11/20/62 

WCS:LL, 






5 

(Field Offlde or Division) ^^f^^f^TK X^yTi:hK* C^fJ^^ ^ ^'^^^ 



(Date) 



/(/jkg^ffo 



Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 

In continuing my employment in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Depart 
ment of Justice, I hereby agree that I will be governed by the following provisions. 

1. That the strictly confidential character of any and all information secured by me 
or coming to my attention in connection, directly or indirectly, with my work as an 
employee of this Bureau, or the wprk of other employees of which I may become, 
cognizant, is fully understood by me; and that, neither during my tenure of service 
with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, nor at any time, will I violate this con- 
fidence nor will I divulge any information of any kind or character whatsoever 

that may become known to me to persons not officially entitled thereto, recognizing 
applicability to me of penalty provisions in case of any violation by me. 

2. That information referred to in Item 1 above includes but is by no means limited to 
information in the interests of the defense of the United States marked "Top Secret," 
"Secret," or "Confidential, "and that. Department of Justice regulations provide 
specifically for penalty applicable to meJor any violation of Executive Order 10501, 
the basic, authority for safeguarding such information, as follows: "Any officer or 
employee who violates any provision of Executive Order No. 10501, as amended, 

or of these regulations shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action. Prompt 
and stringent administrative action shall be taken against any officer or employee 
determined to have been knowingly responsible for any release or disclosure of 
classified defense information or material except in the manner authorized by these 
regulations. Whenever a violation of criminal statutes may be involved in a delib- 
erate unauthorized release or disclosure of classified defense information, criminal 
prosecution, in an appropriate case, shall also be instituted." 

I further certify that the conditions specified herein are agreeable to me, and that I con- 
tinue as an employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with a full knowledge of the con- 
ditions above set forth. 

Very truly yours. 



(Signature and Title of Position)^ 




4/1 



Donald Ev/Moore 



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K^ Apol^ant i)i^cctpr WilUam a EutUm la^chaito since s/g/^ij \ 

^iiysical C ondition andM altttenfl«fti> * Vefv Good /r «i«5f Tnrtr«%««N« ^r ^ ^ ^ 
Wi^Cd room for expansion. fSi^oogoneratoverv-SrtUmffitetoW »S! ■ 

^om 8.4% to .5. 555, Vmxi^ to »Svcr^eS^^^MpeaJltte1?SL''^'°* 

Imw ^/S^^^**^".*""^ WmUaod as teteUtetaco agents afao4-lasl toeS 
Num1>0r of dooMa agents now being opdratcd is at oa-ttae B^rf ^ tS, SS^ 

3?i°!!..!!!!'''' ' 5f '''^^^^"^ - Vciy 6ri,.rf, (Lactinspcetion-VeryGoo^.) Supervision 
»«« WiOi, proouctioa etm boXot? &eat of Goyernmcnt avorago. Improveajcat ordered. 
^•^ii^Jw^^^ <raifehaa (Attt Mr, C. H. Davidndn) (sm oSparatoly) 

/(3>- Porgoandl. iU6 6f Insp&ctor J>onald piir^por© 



o 



Bo: lacpoclloa - pooaocUc J&itcUigeaco JDiviclon 



Im^roycmcnt noted la ptovcntloa 6£ corrdsportdcnco xstxova* He^ucUoi\ ordered In 
amount of doUnqucnl i^outine tasdli 8 form ctxqvs detected M 435 active Ulea 
i^evlc^ed (1, 84%) and 1 substantive 6rjror (0. 23%); JToccefsary eorrcctivo action 
taken Or prderco* 

j'oi'connel Miattera ^ iTery Qooa, (l^astliiqpcptica^ V^ty dood.) insiJoct63c 
rtscommendins not i?c£iuctton of 2 raporvieors (bandied i3«:5?arat<5ly). Personnel will 
^pn bo adoqUafe btit not; exceasivo. 113. agentsr and 150 cloricai. personnel now 
assigned, ^cx'aojmol eniiitisiaetic juid^ory capable. Morale isfoxceUb All 
omplpypes are gaiafuiljr employed. Overtime ilfir|»roductlvo and cqiUfably shairod. 
No overwcij^t ssoate. 3 on limited duty, equitably iaai^ln^ -work load* Suggcoiioa. 
proaram, F^KIA participation, andjcubmisslons to ^"Sko lttVcat%ator»* ^fory 
isatlBfactory, Blood donor quota exceeded. 

COntacta -^ CxcoUont. (Laot Inspection - Very Good.) S-aOecfet program coistlnuo© to 
bo very effective. (143 fipcocheo outside Buroau-sinco last inopection. ) Iiiaison 
rcprosentatlvoo inalntain ilocc contact v^th civilian, and military Govoj^uaoht 
as;Oncios, ThOso oporatlons aro teceiving excellent fjupervlsiont 

XtECORmENPA^IONSt (l)Aji3iatant Director V^^illiam C. Sullivan E02) 8/V41, dd-lS 

$2d,000. inl>oaie3tl6liatelligcncoBivieion6inc©C/4/^, li 
designated Asclctant l3iroctor Q/2/Qh Mr. SuiUvan isa Icanied^ capabloj hard-^Orkin;r ^ 
admlniEstrator is^ho enjoys the reapcct arid cooperation of his subordlnatos. So oxhlbltg- 
an asgrcsslve nnd enthusiastic a&proadbt to his asolgnment. Hccommend attached letter' 
bo opnt to Mr. Sallivan cuniina?lali!^ inspection finding©* 



(2) Ihspdctor Jopopli A. ^Izoo, Number On c JMan, iJOD 7/10/35 (clerk), 
11/1/Sa (fecial i^ent), a0ed 52, iaJDlvlston olncQ ^'^5/53, QS-17 Q $10, COO. A very 
capable adminl£3trator vAtH an cxcpUent knOwledgo of problemis associated v/ith 
the Division. Has in cnthuaitisti(jj effeOtlvs approach to hlsr vrorlc 'an4 exorcises 
Mature, sound ludgmcnt. ^Ir. guUlvaa c^cOs JMi?. jSizpo has iiaturat ability as 
«n administrator aj;id because of his long and varied cs^orloacc in this capacity, 
ho Id an assistant oi trcmoiidous value. Inspector concurs ixi ^ode comments. 



(3) Inspector Donald E, tioorO, SOD 3/10/41, 03-lT $10, 500} in 
present position oihco 10/14/50, aged 44. tla&os an excellent person^ appearance 
and pj^lblts enthusiastic and aGgtcssiyo attitude to^;;?ard hid work. Ho Is Inspector 



«2« 



.-- ^i. 



Memo f p3? i!r» Tolaoa 

dOmcastratcdosccUcs^t Ics/^roU^ Hsd <i thdrbajh lawless of fclo <^Ud::}. Ee 
ca|oya tho fctmcst xcs^ct of oU Ma eub&3?4Iiatc3r ^o ftsccsaplie^csta T?|tfeia 

co;idlddrcd for tid^Ucsal irci:^jcp!3jibiattc3 conolstcst pith the uecfda jcf j&o Ban^. 






^ 5 ■* 



G 



Memo to Mr. Tolc&n 

Ro: Inspection « 5>omoattc MolUgeaco Wvlqloa 



DETiUtliS 



vmmcu* comvsiu^MDtiMiimmcB ♦ . . . , ,....* v verygoojd 

Divlsioa lias occuaiod the cntiro sixth and oig&th. Ilooro, EiddoU 
BttUdliis, ITSO K Street^ N, W* , since O/l^Cl. 5g>acd is adoqoato and v^ ^ 
organized but iiaaillmttod rooai tor oj^aneton* Additional perfiOancl required 
jto maintain Accority andHowof mail dUe to location outsldo JTustlce Buildlns. 
physical jpccwity is satlslactory* 

Caace Is very well zaalntalncd. Minor liouoelccp3t>ing ddlinquonclo.s 
noted and ordered corrected. Furnituro and lixturo nodds arc bolns jpi?oi>erly 
rOquested and handled conalstent vAth availability Hi fundo. >to dcUnqnoncles noted 
in condition or stoi^c of throo automobiles ^dQlgncd to IDtviolon'o lialcoa soctlptt. 

iinrESTicfAiriViBd^ERATioiiis ,,♦, i ..,.. ^ ..,.. V ..*.,..,. . . YBi«r GOoi:> 

]?endin3 actiVe mjrttors handled by Division totaled 24, 3G$ ao bf 
iO/31/62 (incrcaoo of 121 over iO/31/61). Field delinquency in ihQ&o matters as 
of 10/31/02, 5. 5% as compared witii 8.4% M: time of laist Jni^ectlpa. 

in cbnncctlon ^»ith current prosramo to Identify ille3al as^nto md 
penetrate £bvict-blo^\e;:^lonage opbrationp, a52^^lfict oflaiclols and ZO eatajite 
officlalfi have been identified a0 intelliscnco agents sincO last ^spcctioiu la© 
nmnbor of doi^Ie agents ho^ beins ^eratediei nt all-tiino.faii^ of 61* Two Soviet 
mtelUscnco Officials are cooperating T»ith usin thciic^ proisent a^a^^imentQi 

On WtQf B/62^9 arrested tbrcoC?ubana in Now Yorkibr conff^Iracy 
to commit aabotagO. *rhis ws mado poosiblo thrbugU the development of a hlgh^ovel 
informant. Tbrco double agents havo been dcvoldped and aro operatin:? a^^ct Quban 
officials with conslderablO ei^ectlvcnoflo* Tot^ of 54 Cuban aUenb now on^Gocurity 
Indojircprescatins incJrcaiJC df 33 pince lO/5/<B2 and olhero aro belas coaqidorod 
under revlocd critdria. 

EKtcnslVe and succcosful accom^Bohments alco noted in regard to 
the Dominican BcpubUc, technical covcras4 6f more diplo;aatlc cotabHp^enta 
iath6 United Etatea, thb operation of n satellite double agdnt, the penetration 
of Yugo^v o^JoraUons^ and participaUon in South Atncrican AosSssment Teams* 



4-^ 



Hemp for Mr* tTpicoa 

Bo: iha^octfoa - IksmeoUP IhtellisPnce Wvlsiph 

^wp.M|^;pkcc$in£Prixiaats coh^^ 
itiforixu^on pn plans fmdacttvlUpfi of ^tict Vtdon ana Nai^onal CbmmiitPe.ol 
ComxaMfit Forty; tJS^, inducSiiis liinata furii^Slidd to C^^ 

:penelr^idn ^rot jaa^p thb year Into ll^e /SociaWel Wor&qr/s S'arty*^ Trotsky Siihobl 
in New Jerif^. 20ainfQrinaalsinade:t<^aUa^bletpl>$,^ar^ 
proceedings tiiidor Internal jScciujitsr^et oliOSD. Other informants have madb 
signiiieant pi^o^rmb ana we ndtjrMto a total p£ 401 liyp Informants in thd Cbmrntinisit. 
I>arty on aJOLJeyelfl <jompju'pato4$l.aBof 1/1/62* Progr^Ei .in effect to replace 
8 infetmaht^ :ejq>o6ed tbi^OttsiiitP^^ 

11, 12d npiiaes. on S66arity Index as cif il/23/62 repreiS'ents .alight 
decrease, lOSSindiyidaas. included in Mellon 4 ptt^^ iSmergency 

Detention jProgram is up toidate. 15$f sulnrerslyeBiiiterviowdddib?tos;p6rto^^ ' 

l^l/CltQ :8/81/62 rpsultln^ in development ol li§ security informants, potential 
spcttrtfyihforniantsandfipurdbs;o^ Cldsely su^rvi]scd dlsruptiye : 

md pQunfcerititellisbtic^ ^ttivities against tKp Cpinniunisit Hatty Mye prpdticed very ' 

{^0(lresultS'fM>t!i in tfnltdd ^iltcs and Mexico, j^na^ani Precir^asga hasrpalized 
ah PatimatGatPtdi !^ $073, 32ir4i in sayihg&JQta^ 

..." i 

Central BosearchjSectipn pranced cxxipUe^^ 
ye»^ in sp(^eiaIi»rdjoct on Cpmmtinisni^l)^^ 

jE^QOn 0ePtibn cIPscly st:^ervised andfunetionino: effectively (See atso CPnt^ts). : 

As of lO/Sll/82^ iT,#5|&vb^tlgatibhs(in6luding/nako«heckB)con^^ 
IPr fPrpignppllee smd sdPuri^^enciPs cPmpared tb 16, 0^5 diiring eptlre 1C01, 
l)efens&pidns of Mi piliPos in .carr^nt stains and bein^ closely supervised. 

ipa^ci^ipRmemorahdapreparbd fa^^^pctitor in pfforl: to f^ 
Buperi^ion or improve effectiveness in five individual situation^, mylslon order^di 
j^Jbispector to, give piosc. attention jb: rP-ey^aaatipa of two intpUigencc programs dub 
to lackplp^ductivity. {^rpgrama inyblved exjimiimtipn Pf handwriting bii now savings a v« 
^ccPunts in. sever^. selected' cities to identify £foyiet-i>ioc lii.^al agents and alcrttog ; 
)Sjoy ilcienti^ts in the .^an Prancispb l)ivisibh'to the posSibilli^ of ' bsplbnage apprPachedt 

j^mMSTjRA'ttvE op^u^Tiom ..... V ...«,....,.... ^ ,,. . veby mm 

Supervision, of v/prk weU handled and vbiy pffecUvPteamTi^r^h^^ 
ampng ofUbialsat^ibyctst "Work |osid.fpundtphe pquitably distributed;^ 
closely ipllbw6d fay JDlvislonr ' 

$tchbgr;dphic and typist production ZAO pages per hoiir (laot inspbc^oa, 
2* 87 pages per fabur; current SQBaycrage Is 2, 06). JDivl^iPn ordered to e^resp produc- 
tion and direct joaoreattpntion to e^t stcnpgraphors with less than 0b days* oj^eriieiicb. 
Mail flpw.Satisfacto:^> improyemcht noted & aecuracy c^ outgoing corrpspondcncb. 
iHvisibh. instructeid to reduce bmop:t pt delinqucM routine inail. 

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IBot XnspccUon -^ DoaiO£3tic4ihioUigcnce tHviolon 

Ecglelterff, time ^dlMtendaace^, teavo. and inv^^ 
j^ropcrljr maintained and jao erxors located* Ot^-hottir Eikiit& accesdaxy and 
luotified. "^o deficienciea noted in Uc&ler ^sioms. iSaHcov^t^ and 
Technical Mormant quotaa closely adhered to and coxcitully supervised. 

Eight form errors detected In 435 iictive lUec revi6w6d (l. 84%) 
and one (jubgstantlve error (0. 23?&)* WtedoosMfy corrective Action te&ca or 
ordctrcd to recbce these errors^ 

PERSONNEI* MATTERS ,,.,.* i ..,......;...,,*.,.,, . VEKT GOOD 

J^crconnel ^ppearcid aldrt^ enttiuolastlc and very liapable. Moralo 
la excellent, Bii^mohipus m>r|cin^ relations ,0x1^^ and all cmployepis ard gairdtiidly 
occupied -lit *Jjkav>-'?.- " . "-■'.. 

JTo derelictions noted in tralnlns programs. I<cctures to Ney Agisnts 
have been lltditcd wnrntii ahnt c6nnQmin?T sensitive seouriiy matters as result of be 
allegations by former Si j \ Conference^ are i!7ell handled and b ? c 

constructive. Vbluntary overtime i^cars adequate, producttve and equitM>ly 
shared by supervisory jpersonnel (August »< October^ M2, ayei^e 2 hours 20 
minutes). HemberBhip In the ^t^is 100% and activities arc VfbU. attended., 
Ihcaitlv6 Awards and comm^c^tlon prQ3;rams liandlcd satisfac torlly. Employees: 
V0ry active in gusgestlon i*rot|ram. Promotional Availability X<ist Is.proporly 
maintained; nt> errors noted in Position Ciassif icafioh i,i^ers> exit interviewSi 
or in pperatioa of. Division funds. 

Siibmissioniij to "The Investigator" were excellent. l?o abuses detected 
in clerical rest poviod^, iSick leave j^roporly controlled. Agent personnel are within 
might limits, Three agents presently 6a limited dutjr, tiXi equitably sharing wovls. 
ioad - Justified. Dlvislba, excoededits ^uota vnder blood donor program. 

DosSi-by-desk analysis made; of the -work in eacl^ Section. Eprsonnot 
steadily reduced since tTanuary, 1953,. Tslth basic -work load, essentially the same. 
Agents have been reduced from 161 to 113 and clerical omployced from 101 to 150. 
Woik of tone suporvicor in. liaison SJocUon cac^pssfully absorbed sincp his 
departure in October. Inspector recommends la Separate momoi^anda that this 
vacancy not bo flilcd and that ex^orlenccdsupervisbr whoxstired 11/21/62 bo 
replaced for 0Q-day trial period fcy supervisor from another unit* VfltSi these two 
decrease^, personnel isdU bo adequate but not cxcoesivc. 

Contacts ,..*.»,,.*........ i ......... .. ex(3Elle)nt 

Assistant Dii?ector and several sHPprvisoro continue tb actively 
particlpato in^vlng extremely effective poaches on Communism ?ind Espionage 

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Bivioica*o Haicca ircpyee^taMScs nraJatsila clopo ccatact trttft^ civilian end laUitoi^y 
«3of?ro?BKieatiicJ<iiicifia eaa Msular basis and corvd cticoiraralJ^oy eommlttcea 
Jia6h<^ lfctor<!opartEacr.t3l MolMsctco Cdsf oycsco (HC)^ t?. iJ. Jhtdlfecftcd 
Beard, cad tho 17. 2. jQal?ja*toa Beard 5!fco Plrcclo? ia Cbatcjssaa <^ tho SC 
sad liaicoa j^ovidea fee 33gCicutlvo Gocretaary .afid[ fca»aica tto pajjor ^y:t4 Bivicioa 
X7oa a^ai?6 cl liaicoa Tci;p^oibiIit!oa and tfcoco o^firatlcao arc t^aoivifi:^ caccallci^t 
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Brigadier Ck5n0rai RobDrfc 3f. Burnhais 

Director of Special Invfistigations 

The Inspector General 

Doparbnenl of the Air Force 

Buiiding^Tempo E / 

Fourth ana Adaxns Drive, Southwest / 

WsBhingtott 25, D« G. j 

Dear Gen6x^: 

Tour letter of January 30th h^ beeii received. 
It was thoughtful of you to write confirnaing your dlsctfssioh 
with Inspector Moorlj^ 

I know that both the Agents you mentioned 
consider It a prlx^iege to |iave been of assiatando,. and you 
jEay be sure that Spbciai Agent McNerney appr^ciatce, as 
I do, your felnd comments regarding his. contacts with your 
office. 

Sincerely yours', 



2 ~ Mr. Sullivan -Enclosures (2) ,. ^ ,, „ 

ATTENTION: Inspector Donald E. Mobre^dSA Donald- J. McNerney 
%' Personnel FUej^jtas^torEionaidJS^^^^ 



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^UNITED. STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE' 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INYESTIGATION 



In Repfy^ Please^ Refer to ^ 

FilelSfo, 

Director ^ * " 

FoHeral Bureau of^jnveshgatlori ' ' 

United Slates"Departmen£ of Justice 
"V/ctshlngioh^pr C.^ / 

Dear,^^lrt „ * 

j^por Ij^cJusicn In .the fund to be paid to the deslgrjated beneficiary of^any Special Agent of the FBl.who has previously 
^contributed, to this .fund .and who dies from any cause except self-destruction while employed as ,a Special Agent, 1 am for- 
ivqrdirtg.jfaerewl|t^ (by Check -.Money Ord^erV the sum ojf $10, payable to the Assistant Director, Administrative Division, FBI, 
to be lnc?luded in said fund. Payment will Jbe made for death by self-destruction after the Agent has been^a member of the 
fund"for a continuous period of two^-years. It ,1s understood and agreedf that the sum tendered herewith; is a voluntary, gratuitous 
conUifcu^lon lb ^afd fupd which txinderstand Is to^be qdminlstere'4 Jin the fbllowlng manner. ' - ^ 

* The 5u^ctorof the .FBI will appoint a coimmlttee which shall consider all matters pertaining to the acquisition, safe? 
keeping and <s3fpendln'g of. said fund^ which, committee will recommencl« appropriate action to the Director In pertinent matters^ 
-T)ie Assistant Director of jihe Administrative Division of the FBl' shall receive all .contributions and account for same to jlhe 
PJ'?«:«>/. Up9n the ^eath of any Special Agent who Is atmember of said fund the appointed commlt'tee y/iU consider the case 
andfcSubmlt a recpmmendailon tq;the Director as to Us conclusions.. Appropriate instructions win then be issued to the Assist- 
ant>plrec^or,of the^ Administrative Division, directing him to pa^ to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. The liability 
•~^ of tho4 fund '^hali not Under any clrcjimstances ^exceed/the amount of monies in the^fjind at the time any liability shall o'ccur^ 



EXECUTEIN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES fo THE BUREAU 

OfficialBureauNam^ (please type Vr print) 



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)D6hal d rE . Moore 



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5-63 



The foUo.wing person is designated as^.my, beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund 
'Name'(px)maiy bene|iciary;;u8e^given Ti^^^^^ "^ ' 

- TPoris Jean ifiloore '- - > 

^Address, ^ - -^ ^ ^ : y- ^^ - ^ - -.----. ,. - . , - - --^ 

^ . ' ':^^^ ^^^"^^ '^^^^ Drive; A1-fi>candri 5. , Vp . 
r^amo.?contingent^beneficiary,::if desired;*U8e given first name:if female) 



Office of Assignment (or SOG Division) 

Dom.Intell •Division 
Washington. D.C. 



Relationship 



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Relationship 



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^beneficiary.ofa^'ents killed in^thVllne of duty, other „^^^^ ' 



Name (pnm^^y^bfeneficim^y; use giyen first name if female) 

i V Poris Jftah^Moori^ . 

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505 Crown ;View Drive, AlAvanHvia^ y^ , 



4 J^ame (contingent l>eneficiary,Jif (desired; use giyen'first name if female) 



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Wife 



Relationship, 




Very truly yours. 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT .OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee:. 



DONALD E»C-MOORE 



»Mo( 



Where A^.ignp^- DOMESl'IC IMTELLIGEHC E 

(Division) 

Official Position Titl.- INSPECTOR - GS--17 



FRONT OFFICE 



(Section, Unit) 



Rating Period: from April 1| Iflgg 



Mar ch 31 J 1963 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 



OUTSTANDING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 



Rated by: 

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Rating Approved 






Assistant 
A/V/v^ Dlrentor 

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Assistant to 
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^SAr^^^r-xi^^^ Director 

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4/10/63 



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Note: The regulations require that OUTSTANDING ratings be, supported by a statement iri writing setting forth IN DETAIL the performance IN EVERY j 

'^ASPJECT and tHe REASGNSJor considering eacH worthy of SPECIAL COMMENDATION. ^ ... 

UNSATISFACTORY ratings must be supported by.a statement in writingstating (1) WHEREIN the performance is unsatisfactory, (2) the facts of 
the (90 day) PRIOR- WARNING, and (3), the efforts made AFTER TRE* WARNING TO "HELP the employee'hnng his performance up to a 
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Name of Employee 



pDformance rating ei 

FOR INVESTIGATIVE PERSONNEL 

( For use as attachment to Performance Rating Form No, FD'185 ) * 

DOHALD E. MOOBE ' , Inispector 



I'"' 4/1/62^ 3/31/63'' 

Rating Period: from^ * tn 




RATIN'G GUIDE AND CHECK-USX 

Oniy those items having pertinent bearing on employee's performance should be rated, AU employees in same salary grade should be compared. 

Kate Items as follows: 

Outstanding (exceeding excellent and deserving of special commendation). 

Excellent^ 

Satisfactory (good or veiy good), 

. rr Unsatisfactory. 

-— Q ^No opportunity to appraise performance during rating period. 

Guide for determining adjective rating: 

1. "Outstanding" adjective rating requires (A) that all rateo elements be "+" and (B) that each and every rated element be factually justified by narrative detail on 
reverse of Form FO-185. 

2. "Excellent," "Satisfactory" or "Unsatisfactory" adjective ratings will depend'upon the composite result of evaluating all rated elements rather than following any 
mechanical formulas; however, for an employee to be rated "Excellent" he must not be rated unsatisfactory on any performance evaluation factors on the rating 
guide and check-list and must be rated "Excellent" or "Outstanding" on the majority of such rating factors. Good judgment must be exercised to insure that 
adjective rating is reasonable in the light of elements rated. 

A Any element rated "Unsatisfactory" must be supported by narrative comments. 

B, An "official" adjective rating of "Unsatisfactory" must comply with the requirements described on the reverse of form FD'185. 

Personal appearance. 

Personality and effectiveness of his persorial, contacts. 

Attitude (including dependability, cooperativeness, loyalty, 

enthusiasm, amenability and willingness to equitably share 

work load). 
Physical fitness (including health, energy^ stamina). 
Resourcefulness and ingenuity^ 
Forceful ness and aggressiveness as required. 
Judgment, including common ;sense, ability to arrive at proper 

conclusions, ability to define objectives. 
Initiative and the taking of appropriate action on own 

responsibility. 
Planning ability and its application to the work. 
Accuracy and attention to pertinent detail. , 
Industry, including energetic, consistent application to duties. 
Productivity, including amount of acceptable work produced 

and rate of progress on or completion of assignrnents. Also 

consider adherence to deadlines unless failure to meet is 

attributable to causes beyond employee's control. 
Knowledge of duties, instructions, rules and regulations, in- 
cluding readiness of comprehension and "know how" of 

application. 
Technical or mechanical skills. 
Investigative ability and results: 
__ (a) Internal security cases 
__ (b) Criminal or general investigative cases 
— (c) Fugitive cases 

(d) Applicant cases 

(e) Accounting cases 

Physical surveillance ability.. 




(13) 

-^-.(14) 
(15) 



(17) Firearms ability. 

. rt (18) Development of informants and sources of information, 

flu (19) Reporting ability: 

^ (a) Investigative reports 

(b) Summary reports 

(c) Memos, letters, wires 

(Considen.,l^_conciseness; ,.„_clarity; ....^organization; 

thoroughness,' accuracy; adequacy and peni* 

nency of leads; ._- administrative detail.) 
O (20) Performance as a witness. 
'J (21) Executive ability: 
*" (a> Leadership 

fbi Ability to handle personnel 
(c) Planning 
fd) Making decisions 
(e) Assignment of work 
'(f) Training subordinates 
_jjr(g) Devising procedures 

i (h) Emotional stability 

'** (i) Promoting high morale 
"f* (J) Getting results 
'r (22) Ability on raids and dangerous assignments: 
-._ (a) As leader 

(b) As participant 

"j (23) Organizational interest, such as making of suggestions for 

improvement. 
*T* (24) Ability to work under pressure. 

Q^ (25) Miscellaneous. Specify and rate: 

. Dictation ability 




-^— (16) 

A. .Specify general nature of assignment during most of rating period (such as security, criminal, applicant squad, or as Resident Agent, supervisor, instruc- 

*°'' ^^'^ security -^ aomiiustrator" "- ' 

B. Specify employeejsmost noteworthy special talents (sudi as investigator desk t^tl re^rch, instructor, speaker): -----------^-^^----^^— _—--__ 

?es :: — \ 

(1) Is employee available for general assignment wherever needs of service require?.JJJ!^^f answer is not 'V^s*" explain in narrative comments.) 

(2) Is employee available for special assignment wherever needs of service r^juire?. (If answer is not **yes," explain in narrative comments.) 

1, Has employee had an abnormal sick leave record during rating period? ,2. Has employee W^ more sick leave (including annual leave orLWOP 

for illness) during rating period than the amount of sick leave earned during such period? (If answer to either question is **Yes," explain in 

narrative comments.) •««» 

Is employee qualified to operate a motor vehicle incidental to his official duties? L- — J Yes I 1 No 

If answer is "y^s," personnel file must reflect the following: (a) Has valid State or local operator's license for type vehicle he is to use, (b) Is 
physically fit to drive, (c) Past safe driving record OK or has passed Bureau road test. 



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ADJECTIVE RATING: 



OUTSTANDING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



EMPLOYEE'S INITIALS 



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INSPECTOR DONALD E. IIOOBE 
GRADE GS-17 

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(1) Personal Appearance : Vv, Moore*8 personal appearance is 
Bost impressive. He dresses neatly and is tall and well 
proportioned. Further, he has excellent poise and posture. 
He handles himself esceptionally well in meeting and in 
conversing with people. 

(^) Personality ; His personality is characterized by 
pleasantness, friendliness, naturity, stability, seriousness 
and reflectiveness. It is also aarlced by superior intelligence. 

^^^ Attitude ; l!r. Hoore*s attitude is very coiamendable. Be 
accepts any kind of an assignment without hesitation. Re is 
enthusiastic, cooperative, willing, dependable and loyal. 

(4) Physical Fitness ; His health is excellent and he possesses 
an unusual- amount of energy, enabling him to work long hours 

over extended periods of time. He is qualified to participate 
in raids and dangerous assignments. 

(5) Resourcefulness and ingenuity ; Mr, Moore handles his 
assignments consistently with resourcefulness and ingenuity. 

He acts upon his decisions with confidence and thinks independently 

(6) Forcefttlness and aggressiveness ; His ability to combine ! ' 
forcefulnessand aggressiveness with tact and diplomacy is very '^ i 
effective and has much to do with his value as an executive. 

^') Judgment s Mr. Boore's talent for defining objectives' ' 
accurately and quickly and arriving at logical conclusions- has 
been instrumental in his achieving outstanding results in the 
work for which he is responsible. He h^ a very analytical, 
probing mind. 

(8) Initiative I Be makes decisions and accepts responsibilities 
without hesitation. Be has superior initiative and proceeds 
without waiting to be told, as a result of his own interest. 

(9) Planning ability ; Mr. Moore's ability to plan and organize * 
his work permits him to handle a large volume and variety of 
assignments. Be knows exactly what should and should not be 
done and streamlines procedures quickly. 



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Grado GS-*17 

(10) Accuracy ; Mr« Mooro le stost accurate « Eo is capable 
of b^adling a large volume of work in a short period of 
time without any loss in accuracy. 

(11) Industry : He is very industrious and at all times 
devotes his attention to' his responsibilities. He is 
also most willing to assist others with their rasponsibi^ 
lities. ^ 

(12) Productivity: Mr* Itoore consistently produces an 
unusual volume of work* He has a knowledge which enables 
him to arrive at a detailed and complete analysis of any 
problem in his field and the quality of his work is 
e^ccellent* 

(13) Khowledge of duties : With over SO years of experiences 
Mr# Hoore has a complete understanding of his duties and 

is thoroughly familiar with the ]^reau*s policies ^ procedures 
and responsibilities* 

(17) Firearms ability t Hi*. Moore conducts himself on the 
firing line with confidence and effectiveness. He shows 
proficiency in the use of the Bureau^s firearms and is 
familiar with the safety regulations pertaining to their 
use. 

(21) Eacecutive ability ; His es:ecutive ability is outstanding. 
Heihas consistently shown butstandii)ysi4tialities for handling 
personnel, making decisions , leadership and devising now . / ^ 
procedures, and his Ju^ment is highly respected. 

(22) Ability on raids and dangerous assignments: Hr. Moore 
has an excellent capacity for serving as a leader and 
participating in raids and dangerous assigtaiments. 

(23) Organizational Interest : He has demonstrated an 
outstanding interest in is^roving the Bureau ♦s work and 
has frequently advanced ideas and suggestions to improve 
operations. ' 




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Grade GS-17 



(24) Ability td;:%oyk mider cpressure ; Mr. Moore has an 
outstanding ability to work .under pressure, which enables 
him to handle an unusual volume of assignments, with speed 
and efficiency. 



During the year, Mr. Moore has receivied three 
Letters of Conaaendation for outstanding work. 



'.--'-^'l''^' PART II - SPECIFIC COMMeQs 

il. JUSTIFICATION FOR ANY MINUS RATINGS GIVEN 

2. EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY AS INSPECTOR'S AIDE 

Ur. Moore i.& &it Inspector 

3. PARTICIPATION IN INFORI^IANT PROGRAMS 

He h&s sbown excellent results in an administrative capacity 
in the development o£ inforxaants and double ^ents. 



I 4. TESTIFYING EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY 

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5.- DISCIPLINARY ACTION 

"" Ibfrnmore was censured on July 9, 1962, for failure 
to take appropriate measures to prevent the escape of 
Dr. Bottert Soble from iJiis country. 

6.. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION 

N.A. 



7. POLICE INSTRUCTION 

N.A. 

8. SOUND TRAINING. 

N.A. 



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PART II - SPECIFIC COMMENTS (Continued ^ 
9. RESIDENT AGENTS 

N.A. 



10. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ABILITY ' 

Language in which proficient 
Completed language school 



None 



Yes Z7 No ZI7 



Fluent in .language to extent Agent 

can handle typical investigative proDiems as follows: 

1) conversation form - Yes /~7 No ZI7 

2) writte.n form - Yes Zl7 No £7* 



Name of Laniruaee 


Read 


' Write 


Speak 


Understand 










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(Evaluate proficiency in above language ability in each phase as 
Excellent. Verv Good. Fair or Unsatisfactorv) 



Frequency 

during the rating period: 



language ability was used 



11. ADMINISTRATIVE ADVANCEMENT ; 

a) Agent is interested in administrative advancement 

b) Agent is completely available for administrative 

advancement 

c) Agent is considered completely qualified at present 

for administrative advancement including 
experience, ability, personality and appearance 

d) Consider qualifications very good y 

evrAllAnt- i/ " au^ standing ^ 



, outstanding 



e) Agent has potential for future administrative 
advancement 



- Yes J7 No ZI7 

- Yes ^ No ZI7 

- Yes ^ No Z7 



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Mr. Tolson . _, 4-10-63 

Mr. Mohr 

JOSEPH A. SIZOO DONALD E. MOORE 

Number One Man - Inspector Inspector 

Domestic Intelligence Division Domestic Intelligence Division 

PUTSTANDINGANNUAL PERFORMANCE RATINGS 

There are attached for approval the annual reports for Messrs. Sizoo and 
Mopre in which their services have been rated Outstanding for the period 4rl-62 throjig 
3-31-63. Mr. Belmont has signed the.riitings as the Reviewing' Official. 



These men were rated Outstanding on their 19 62, annual performance rating 
and no serious adminlstrati^eactloh has been taken aga:inst them during the current 
ratingjperiod. -^ 

In the event you approve these ratings, I respectfully request that the 
-Director sign both the original and the copy of each as Approving Official. Upon receipt 
of all ratings from the Seat of. Government and the field, these and other Outstanding 
ratings will be transmitted to the Departmentfor approval by the Efficiency A\yards 
Committee.- Messrs. Sizoo and Moore are both in Grade GS 17 thus they will then be 
entitled to cash incentive awards in the amovuit of. $400. as has been approy^ed in the 
past for those be,low the level of Assistant Director who are In Grade GS 16 or above. 

3EIEC0MMENDATI0N; . ' 

That the Director, as Approving Official,, sign the original and copy of each 
of jthe attached Outstanding ratings for Messrs. Sizoo and Moore and upon approval by 
the Department they be furnished copies of their ratings and approved, for incentive 
awards of $400, 

]£nclosures 
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Mr. Donald E][/Moore 
Fedfer^BuTjeau of favestigatlpn 
Washington, p. ,C. 



Dear J^foore: - - 

tt is. Indeed a pleasure to advise that you hav^ 
Jaeen afforded ah Outatai^dlng perforjoQance: rating covering your 
services for the period AprUl, 1962, to March 31, 1963, 
which has been approved by the Efficiency Awards ComMfte^ 
of the Department. There Is enclosed a qopy of this rating 
which you may retain. 



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Also enclosed Is a check In the amount of $328. 00/, S 
representlng.an Incentive award of ^00. 00 lesfi withholding tax, 
which I have approved for you in recognition of your <»ceptlonal 
services. I have been pleased with the superior manner In 
which you have discharged your responsibilities and t do not 
nt the opportunity to pass without expressing my sincere 

anks. . .. . \ej^l f0l'l-TM^^^^' 

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Enclosures (2) 

1 - Mr.tSulUvan (Personal Attention) Enclosure 



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ij. Edgar Hoover— 



Tolson^ 
'Belmont 
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^PClifow-should -personally present this award and. should this 
not be possible or should presentation be unreasonably^ delayed 
by yoiu? iabs6il^ti^ Qf i&l aSting for you should present it. 



LRH:dks 

Awa^d #1093-63 

Mail boom CIl TRUETYPE uHjr CZ3 



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NOTE: Salutation per file* 









April 26, 1963 



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'. Belmont. 

r. Mohr. 
Mr. _._ 

ahan 

Conrad ^ 

Mr. DeLoach... 

Mr. Evans 

Mr. Gale^ ^ 

Mr. Rosen™ 

Mr. SulHyan.^ 

Mr. Tavel .^ 

Mr. Trottcr..^^ 

Tele. Room.,. 

Miss li lmes,«-. 
Miss Gandy 



Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington 9 D. C. 



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Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Mr. Sullivan has just presented 
me your letter advising of the incentive 
award and outstanding performance rating 
and may I express my sincere and humble 
appreciat ion . 

My work during the past twenty- 
two years has to me been most rewarding 
and this is most certainly true for my 
work this past year. I indeed appreci- 
ate the trust you have placed in me during 
the past years and shall do everything 
possible to continue to merit your confi- 
dence. With my deepest appreciation - 

Sincerely, 



Donald E.^Ioore 




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wSh SJpLIi- ^h f °^^"^y^°" a^d tests. Stephen was hit on .the head 
with a baseball about 2 weeks ago and compHcations developed and thev 
have been unable to stop the. hemorrhaging; «e veippea and they 

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FD-281a (Rev. 7-9-62) 



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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY' 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT'OF JUSTICE 



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I certify that I have received the following GovernmeDt property for official use: 




D, C. OmCIAE PmKG mi, EfflES 6-30^11 

(pink) 

REMED , , , 

^ D. C. (KPICIAL Pmi PERII, EXPIRES 6-30# 







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THe Govemment property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you ate responsible for taking care 
of It and returning It when its use has been completed. 

DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. 




1 AUG 15 




Very truly yours 




(Signature) 



(Typed name) Jfllialj Ki^org 



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Mr. Donald £j>Moore 
Federal Bureau of Jtovestigatioa 
Washington, D. C. 



pear Moorp: 

Your guidance at the Seat.ol Govern- 
ment relative id the JSspionage-ponspJracy case 
involving: Ivan Dxaitrieyich Bgordv and others was 
indeed creditable and I wapt you, to Icnow of my 
sincere appreciation. 

The thorough arid diligent maimer in 
which you handled your responsibilities in this 
sensitive area was micJst exemplary and your fine 
services contributed materially to the successful 
results, achleyecl in this instance in the arrest of 
the four subjects. I was certainly pleased^with 
your splendid leadership and I am taking this 
occasion to commend:you. 



Sincerely, 

;tt. 'EdgacrH(rdSBD 



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ciiiow-i Based on meraprandum Moore to Sullivan *7.-3r 63 with addendum 

of Administrative Division 7-5-63 re: "KAROT: JARO, ESPIONAGE- 
RUSSIA." 



Conrad « 
DeLoach 
Evans _ 
Gale _ 
Rosen ^_ 
Sullivan 
Tavol «. 



Trotter ' '^g -^ 
Tele.tRoom.^^*^"' 

Gandy -' 



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In Reply f PleaseMefer to 
File No. 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

July 16, 1963 



Dfrector 

Federal Bureau of lavesUgaUon 

United States Department of Justice - - 

Washington, "D. C./ " 

Dear Sir: . " ^ 

For inclusion in the fund to be paid to the designated, beneficiary of any Special Agent of^theTBI who has prevlousiy 
contributed to this fund and who dies from any. pause except-;3eIf.destruction while employed as a Special Agent I am for- 
warding herewith (by Check - Money Order) the,sum-pf $10, payable to S.AJ.F* to beincluded in^said fund. Payxnent will be 
made for death hr self-destruction after the Agent, has been a member of the fund for cf continuous period of two years. It is 
understood and agreed that the sum tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitoXiS. contribution to said fund which! understand 
is to, be administered in the' following manner. 

The Director. of the FBI will appoint^ a committee which shall consider ctll matters pertaining to the acquisition, safe 
keeping and expending of said fun^; which committee, will recommend appropriate action Jo, the Director inpertinentmatters. 
The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all .contributllons and. account for same to the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider the c,ase 
and' submit a recommendation to, the, Director as to it's conclusions. Appropriate instructions will' then be issued to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Administrative Division, directing him to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $ 10^000. The liability 
of the fund shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount of monies in the fund at the time any liability shalKoccur. 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BURE AU - \ 

Official Bureau Name (please type or print) 

SA Donald ET Moore 



Date 



7-16-63 



The following person, is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance 'Fund: 
Name (primary beneficiary;* use given first name if female) 

D> Jean Moore . , 

Address ^ ' . - _ ^ 

505 Crown View Drive. Alexandria ^ Virginia 

Name (contingent beneficiary/ if desired; use given first name if female) 



Office of Assignment (or ^SOG'Divfsion) 

Front Office 

Pom, Intell^ Division 



Relationship, 

/Wife 



Address 



Relationship 



The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the (3has. S. Ross Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed in the lino of duty, other thdntravel accidents. " 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given jfirst name if female) 

D, Jean Moore 



(Relationship ^ 

Wife 



Address 



505 Crown. View Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first. name if female)' 



Relationship' 



Address 



Very truly yours, 



V 



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Payment Received 
.Special Agents Insurance Fund 

JUL 17.1963 



S;!^cial Agent 



^^ SEP 12 1963 



3,-nibm 



Standttrcl-Forin 88 
(Revrjunc 1956) 



^ 



iAbjJST name-first name.— middle name ^ 

/i/|fl^/?>P- h^\/i}t A f^tsr^a/? 

4. HOWE ADDRESS (NufnbtT, street or RFD. eUu or town, tone nnd SltnU\ *^ 



(^REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMIN/^N k^ 



ff SEX 



J^ 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



MILITARY 



CIVILIAN 



^ DATE OF BIRTH 



^ PUCE OF BIRTH 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



ff*6RADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



^PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



10. AGENCY 




©DATE OF EXAMINATION 



II. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP, AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



16, OTHER INFORMATION 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY {Total) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



NOR' 

MAL 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



(C/iec/c eAC/i item in Jippropriate col' 
umn: enter "NE" if not evaluntedA 



18. HEAD, FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22, EARS—- <»ENERAL *'"'■ * <''• f««4^> iAuditoru 



23. DRUMS {Ptrforation) 



24. EYES—GENERAL '^'^y*^*^"*'*'**"*' rtfraction. 

25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (Eguatitsf and reaction) 



27, OCULAR MOTILITY <'*"*<»«''<' roro/W mo7«^ 



, / ^Q' t-""GS AND CHEST (/nf/urfg breasts) 



i 



29. HEART (TAr«5(, size, rhtfthm, sounds) 



ABNOR 

MAL 



r u^viCLOSURS .5^;^^ 



NOTBS, (Describe evenr abnormality in detail. Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment. Continue in item 73 and u^e additional sheets if necessary,) 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM iVarkosities, etc.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND \l$CtR\ {Include hcmia) 



32. ANUS AND RECTUM ({{""f^'AoWt, fitUla^) 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35, UPPER EXTREMITIES <«''«iff'A. ra«p* */ 
motion) 



36. FEET 



37.LOWEREXTREMIT.ES/^;<:,^i,/^,^L,,^,^,, 



38, SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC (EquUit^ium tetU under item 7S) 



42. PSYCHIATRIC (Specifi/anv Txrton«aitvdeiuition) 



43. Pavic (Femaies only) (Check how done) 

Q VAGINAL D RECTAL 



3V. 



d^^pCs^ /2^ V^^ 



aJcJ^ 



mm 



Searched 



^2Zf 



I 8 SEP 5 1 

KL6Atinu6 m turn JJi 




44, DENTAL (Place appropriate symbols above or below number of upper and lower teeth, respectively.) 

o-RestoraUe teeth X^Missing teeth (6'XS) -.Fixed bridge, brackets to 

l-NonrestoraUe teeth XXX-Replaced by dentures - «s^ ' <^ «*'<' 




REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENIAL 
DEFECTS AND DISEASES ^ 



include abutments 



I X ...? L_i__L 

H S2 31 30 29 28 



8 



26 25 



10 



24 



23 



P 12 13 14 15 v( E 



45. URINALYSIS: A., SPECIFIC GRAVITY 



UBORATORY FINDINGS 







B. ALBUMIN 



C. SUGAR 



46. CHEST X.RAY (Place^ date, film number and result) *j 






fZ&nybrUA/ 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51. HDGHT 



52. WEIGHT 



57. 



TV LS3. O 



COtJOR HAIR 



73 \lil7-^y >..y /H»-^ 



54. COtX>R EYES 



BLOOD PRESSURE (i4rm at Uixri ImX) 



A. 
SITTING 



SYS. 



m 



OIAS. 



59. 



B. 
RECUM- 
BENT 



SYS, 



Mh 



DIAS. 



SL 



DISTANT VISION 



RIGHT20/3O C0RR.T02Q/ p-Q 

^^^^/l^^ CORR, TO 20/ '^0 



C. I SYS. 

STANDING 
(5 min.) 



DIAS. 



55. BUILD: 

D SLENDER Q MEDIUM Q^EAVY D OBESE 



D<Jea> 



-/ 



56, TEMPERATURE 



58, 



PULSE (/Irm cl heart Uul) 



A. SITTING 



B. AFTER EXERCISE 



60. 



REFRACTION 



BY 



OX 



BY 



S. 



OX 



C* 2 MIN. AFTER 



D. RECUMBENT 



E. AFTER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



61. ^7^"/^ NEAR VISION 



-p-^-^ CORR.TO 



BY 



CORR. TO 



BY 



62. HETEROPHORIA {Specifv dUtaruc) 
ES* EX® 



R. H. 



LH. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC 



PO 



63. ACCOMMODATION 


64. COLOR VISION (.Test uicd and T€4ult) 


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y 


1 65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
1 ( Ttit used a nd xeore\ 


uncorrected" 


RIGHT ~ LEFT 


Aor^ f^(rr^ f?^K /^/^l • - ' 


CORRECTED 


66. FIELD OF VISION 


67, NIGHT VISION <r«i uttd onrf *«>«) *^ 


^. RED LENS \EST 


69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION 

1^ 


70. HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
(Tests u»cd and SMre) 

1 
1 ■• 


RIGHT WV / > /*5 ^^ /pT* 




250 


6tt 


1000 


2000* 


3000 

tsse 


4000 


eooo 
etu 


8000 
819t 


LEFTWV /^/IS SV /p/15 


RIGHT 




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LEFT 




















^ 



73. NOTES (CoTUinued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



{Use additional sheets if necasiry) 



74 SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (List diagnoses loith item numbers) 



75. RECOMMENDATIONS-FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Specify) 



77. EXA>rtte<Cft«fc) 

A, Cms QUALIFIED FOR 

B. D IS NOT QUALIFIED FOR 



78. IF NOT QUALtFlEO, LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



79, TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



Cfa^^sy . 



807TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



81. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN (Indicate fChich) 



a^^WcD OR -PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 

J : — . 



SIGNATURE 



76. 



A, PHYSICAL PROFILE 



H 



B. PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



uj)iA\A^i^ 



SIGNATURE 



SIGNATU 




^ 



SIGNATURE 



^HUM'BEft^F A^ 
TACHEO SHEETS 



u: S. COVC«NMCHT t%\mWSfifU<it pi?^""****^ 



StaiMlSird.Fonn 89 

(Rev. Aug. 1950) 

3'*i.kMi»L0ATED BY > 

^tJ^ o? tiiE Budget 



y 



BURt 

> 

(hhfiSJ NAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 



^^gjj^CVUR A- 24 



4. ROME AODRZSSfff Number, itreet or RFD. ritti or town. tanA 



Q' REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTOrO 

THIS INFORMATION IS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AND WILL NOT BE RELEASED TO UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS 

^^ftADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

Jr/V5 P£ot-o (^ 

gT^RPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



OME AODRZSSfC Number, itreet or RFP, cUy or tcwn, tone end StaU) 



QJ 






/^jf^ ^/ry/^^^^ 



EX 
"^^Vri OF BIRTH rarjaCE OF BIRTH 

ft^XAMlNING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



9. TOTAL YRS, GOVT. SERVICE 
MILITARY I CIVILIAN 



10. DEPARTMENT, AGENCY. OR SERVICE 




E^ 



'AT; 



n. ORGANIZATION UNIT 




F EXAMINATION 



14. NAME. REL^TIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



XK^a*ix:>A tVAvv /4o^ 



3P 



LVHI 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



TATEMENT OF EXAMINEE'^ PRESENT HEALTH IN OWN WORDS. {jToWow By dtiaipivm offxut hUtiffV* iftomplaint ezisU) 



a 



OO t> 



(^li?)rAMlLY HISTORY 



RELATION 



FATHER 



MOTHER 



SPOUSE 



BROTHERS 

AND 

SISTERS 



CHILDREN 



AGE 



52 



^^ 



.£4. 



JO^ 



STATE OF HEALTH 



/g>.^/ti 



^ 



jIZjO, 



*£fO ^ 



^<?^ A 



^OT&AVE 



IF DEAD. CAUSE OF DEATH 



j/4 ^ /e ,^ 



DEATH 



^3 



fIJ.jAS ANY BLOOD RELATION (Parent, brother, mter, other) 

r -$RHU?gANp<?f^WIF^^ ^ 



YES 



NO 



7^=^ 



l^ HAD DIABETES 



i^ H 



^ 






iCheck each item) 



HAD TUBERCULOSIS 



HAD SYPHILIS 



HAD CANCER 



HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 



mp HEART TROUBLE 



HAD STOMACH TROUBLE 



HAD RHEUMATISM (Arthritis) 



HAD AS T HMA. HAY FEVER. 
IIVES 



HAD EPILEPSY (Fits) 



>MMirrED SUICIDE 



BEEN INSANE 



RELATION (S) 



/^ry2<X- Sysr:<f /t 



/^^-^///fyf 



YES 



^ 



7' 



/ 



/ 



NO 






^ Rheumatic FEVER 



7^ 



/' 



•' 



7 



7 



YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW (PlOLtt (htck at Uft oftCCh iUm) 



iCheckeach item) 



rES NO 



SCARLET FEVER. ERYSIPEUS 



DIPHTHERIA 



SWOLLEN OR PAINFUL JOINTS 



MUMPS 



WHOOPING COUGH 



FREQUENT OR SEVERE ><EADACHE 



DIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELLS 



/YE TROUBLE 



^EAR. NOSE OR THROAT TROUBLE 



RUNNING EARS 



y ^HRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 



SEVERE TOOTH OR GUM TROUBLE 



SINUSITIS 



HAY FEVER 



7 



7 



^/ASTHMA 



7 






7 



(Check each item) 



'GOITER 



TUBERCULOSIS 



SOAKING SWEATS 

/{Night sweitts) 



SHORTNESS OF BREATH 



PAIN OR PRESSURE IN CHEST 



CHRONIC COUGH 



/PALPITATION OR POUNDING HEART 



^tilGH OR LOW, BLOOD PRESSURE 



CRAMPS IN YOUR LEGS 



FREQUENT INDIGESTION 



STOMACH. UV£R OR INTESTINAL TROUBLE 



GAa BUDOER TROUBI£ OR GAU STONES 



JAUNDICE 



ANY F£ACTtON TO SCRUM. DRUG OR 
MEDICINE 



dy 



YOU EVER iCheck each item) 



/ 



,WORN GLASSES 



WORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 



;/ WC 



RN HEARING AIDS 



ITTTEREO OR STAMMERED 



WORN A BRACE OR BACK SUPPORT 



23. HOW MANY JOBS HAVE YOU HAD IN THE 
PAST THREE YEARS? 



BEEN A SLEEP WALKER 




ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 



yVEO WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
"RCULOSIS 



UGHED UP BLOOD 



YES NO 



-A 



7 



/ 



/ 



-/ 

li^ 



/^/KIDNEY STONE OR BljOOD IN URINE, 



7 



y 



V 



{Check each item) 



TUMOR. GROWTH. CYST. CANCER 



RUPTURE 



APPENDICITIS 



ILES OR RECTAL DISEASE 



FREQUENT OR PAINFUL URINATION 



/^SUGAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 



BOILS 



-VENEREAL DISEASE 



RECENT GAIN OR LOSS or WEIGHT 



ARTHRITIS OR RHEUMATISM 



/60NE, JOINT. OR OTHER DEFORMITY 



LAMENESS 






SS OF ARM. LEG. FINGER. OR TOE 



PAINFUL OR "TRICK" SBOULDER OR ELBOW 



YES 



NO 



/ (Check each item) 



7 FOOT TROUBLE 
^ NEURITIS ~ 






iZ/ 



"TRICK" OR LOCKED KNEE 



RALYSIS (7nc, infantile) 



EPILEPSY OR FITS 



CAR, TRAIN. SEA. OR AIR SICKNESS 



/FREQUENT TROUBLE SLEEPING 
^ /koUENT ffl TERRIFYING NIGHTMARES 



i/ ^DEPRESSION OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 



OF MEMORY OR AMNESIA 



ED WETTING 



t/ NERVOUS TROUBLE OF ANY SORT 
7 /ANY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 



7^ 

^/ HO 



CESSIVE DRINKING HABiT 



HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 



22. FEMALES ONLY; A. HAVE YOU EVER— 



B. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING; 



BUD EXCESSIVELY AFTER INJURY OR 
TOOTH EXTRACTION 



24. WHAT IS THE LONGEST PERIOD YOU 
HELD ANY OF THESE JOBS? 
MONTHS 



BEEN PREGNANT 



HAD A VAGINAL DISCHARGE 



Bmi TREATED FOR A FEMAtE DISORDER 



HAD PAINFUL MENSTRUATION 



HAD IRREGUUR MENSTRUATION 



AGE AT ONSET OF MENSTRUATION 



INTERVAL BETWEEN PERIODS 



DURATION OF PERIODS 



DATE OF LAST PERIOD 

QUANTITV: CJ NCftMAL " CJ CXCtMWC 



25. WHAT IS YOUR USUAL OCCUPATION? 



26. ARE YOU (Check one) 

D RWHT KA»oeo D urr kawco 



KNCLOSURB ^ PVf/ f/)f : 




YES 1 



NO 



CHECK EACH ITEM YES OR NO, EVERY ITEM CHECKED "YES" MUST BE FULLY EXPLAINED IN BLANK SPACE ON RIGHT 




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^■^ 




27. HAVE YOU BEEN-UNABLE TO HOLD A JOB BECAUSE OF: 
A, SENSITIVITY TO CHEM ICALS. DUST. SUNLIGHT. ETC. 



B. INABIUTY TO PERFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 



^^^._^_^^^-~^^ 



C, INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 



0. OTHER MEDICAL REASONS (//yoa, ^iVe re&^on^) 



'ZS. HAVE YOU EVER WORKED WITH RADIOACTIVE SUB- 
STANCE? 



>. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH SCHOOL STUDIES 
OR TEACHERS? iU yes, give details) 






HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EM PLOYM ENT BECAUSE 
OF YOUR HEALTH? (//>'e5,aMte reason and ^iVo 
d9tails) ^ 



HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DENIED LIFE INSURANCE? 
ilfyes, state reason and give details) 



32. HAVE YOU HAD, OR HAVE YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
ANY OPERATIONS? (// yes, describe and give 
age at which occurred) 



33, HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A PATIENT icommitted or 
voluntary) IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL OR SANATOR- 
lUM? ilfyes, specify when, where, why, and 
name of doctor, and complete address of 
hospital or clinic) 



34. HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY ILLNESS OR IMJURY OTHER 
THAN THOSE ALREADY NOTED? {If yes, specify 
when, where, and give details) 



35. HAVEf YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLINICS. 
PHYSICIANS, HEALERS. OR OTHER PRACTIIIONERS 
WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARS? (If yes, give com-, 
.plete address of doctor, hospital, dime, 
and details) 



/ 



36. HAVE YOU TREATED YOURSELF FOR ILLNESSES OTHER 
THAN MINOR COLDS? (// yes, which illnesses) 



37^^AVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAL. OR OTHER 
REASONS? {If yes, give date and reason for 
rejection) 



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38. 



.HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL. MENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONS? <// yes, give date, reason, and 
type of discharge: whether honorable, 
other than honorable, for unfitness or un- 
suitability) 



/-»- ^ — ^- • 

39. HAVE YOU EVER RECEIVED. IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 
YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 
PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 
ITY? ilfyes, specify wha t kind, granted by 
whom, and what amount^ when, why) 



1 fS.z\"ssrctiH?^?Rr^Tp!?^''oV'ss?^^^^^^^^^ 

OF PROCESSING MY APPLICATION FOR THIS EMPLOYMENT OR SERVICE. 
TY^D OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE" 




SIGNATURE 



SIG^fA 



1 



^.^.„,^C^ £ M^ 



40, PHYSICIANS SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF ALL PERTINENT DATA {Phv^ician Shall comment on cU pOiUive an$W(TS in Uems £0 thru S9) 



TYPED, 



PRINTED NAME,J)F PHYSICIAN OR EX/, 



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SIGNATURE 





lft-«228ff-l U. S.GOVERNMENT PRINTING OfnCCi ftSl-O-ZI 3344-;^ 



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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of MedicaliExaminotion 
For Information and Guidance:bf Medical Examiner 



Name of Examinee 7l/j AA/? S 

(Type or print) 



d<o/y /f(. 



Last 



First 



fx1)(^^ l\ 



Middle 



The f Plowing, portions of , the attached examination. report form need, not be completed: 
o 



C-/^ 






2 

.3 

.4 

9 

11 



14 
17 
62 
65 
67 



68 
69 
72 
76 



XX- 



^6., Isjnecessary unless facilities for affording sanie are not readily available 






48. Not required unless examinee is over 35 years of age or-examinationjhdicates such is 
desirable. 

■^ - v~ - - 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same^are hot readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations sliduld be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent 
applicants and Special Agents, Applicants for the Special Agent position will not be 
accepted if the hearing loss exceeds a 15 decibel average in each.ear in the conver- 
sational speech range (SOOj. 1000, 2000 cycles). 



For All Examineeis,, Whether Clerical: or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 

nswer the, following question:^, 

IZjis.not qualified for strenuous physical exertion. 



The.,medical examiner. should ^cmswer the, following question:^- 
^ UBis 



Examinee, 



' i 



To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have dnV defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive 
tactics and dangerous, assignments which might entail the practical use. of firearms? 

.LJYes If "yes" please specify, defects. -— .: 



2. Does ej^amiriee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
[3^0 CD Yes if "yes" please specify defects. __ 



3. For, safe driving, of motor vehicles, Civil Service Commission requires distpnt vision, must 
'test at least 20/40 in one.eye and 20/100 in the other, corrected o^juncprfect'ed. 'Should 
.examinee wear corrective glasses while operating a motor vehicle'f^LMYes CUNo 
If recommendation is. based oh d factor other than above standard; indicate basis 




yfjf>)//f ^I^yT*^ J ^ jL/t^^-r>i^JC^ 



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Desirable Weight 


Ranges for Males 




Height 


Small Frame 


Medium Frame 


Large Frame 


5' 4" 


1.17 - 125 


123 - 135 


131 - 148 


5' 5" 


120 - 129 


126 - 139 


134 - 152 


5' 6" 


124 -- 133 


130 - 143 


138 - 157 


5' 7" 


128 - 137 


134 - 148 


143 - 162 


5' 8" 


132 - 141 


138 - 152 


147 - 166 


5' 9" 


135 - 146 


142 - 156 


151 - 170 


5' 10" 


140 - 150 


146- 161 


155 - 175 


5' 11" 


144 - 154 


150 - 166 


160 - 180 


6' 


148 - 158 "■ 


154- 171 


164 - 185 


6'!" 


152 - 163 


158 - 176 


169 - 190 


6' 2" 


156 - 167 


163- 181 


174 - 195 


6' 3" 


160 - 171 


168 - 186 


178 - 200 


6' 4" 


169 - 180 


178 - 196 


188 - 210 


6' 5" 


174 - 185 


182 - 202 


192-216 



4. •Examiij«^'s frame is CU small 



im medium 



[3lar( 



large 



S^Consicgging above weight table, the^aminee's frame, and other individual physical characteristics, 
l-epnsic^r his present weight (ZB^atisfactory □Excessive □Deficient 






6.'*^UnderT5rt>per medical supervision, examinee should □ lose 
o t^ Ogain 



PfSiarks:«cac 



pounds 
pounds 



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(Signature of Medical Examiner) 





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FD-281a(Rev.7-9-62) 



i 







RECEFT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



Aagust 19, 1963 



I certiiy that I have iRnwd-tbe loHowing Government property lor official use; 
returned 

/ 

Potentialities of Albanian Intell. Activities in the U.S. 

57B-9 




READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge^ 
Is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of It and returning It ,when its use has been completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. __.—-, 






m 



Very truly yours 




,,ft.»»"' 



(Signature) 



(Typed name) 



f^ ^s 




D, E. iloore 



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September 11, 1963 



l&Vi, Donald E.^loore 
E(05 Crown Vlew^ Drive 
Alexandria, Virginia 



I- 

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Dear Moore: 

X am indeed concerned to learn of your 
Illness and trust that this note finds you feeling much 
better. 



Please follow closely your physician's 
instructions, and dp not let worry over your wotlCybring 
about a premature return to duty. ^^Vr *"'« / 




With best wishes, 



Sincerely, 

Si. Edgar. Hoovec 



1 -Mr. Sullivan (Personal Attention) 




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Address obtained from Information 



/) /w^ m/. Sullivanf s office advised Leave Office 9-11-63 that 
Tl l/o'^eAipl^ye'e' Si condition had been diagnosed as kidney stones 
''^^ and that he Vs'resting as comfortably as possible . 



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Belmont 

Moht 

Casper 
CoUahan 
Conrad » 
DeLoach 
Evans •«.. 
Gale 



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Tele. B6oi^ , ^ Q 
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SEP 23 1C63 i 

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wjfD-208 (Rev. 2-11-60) 

O^TIONAl fOUM NO. 10 

UNITED STATES GOVERI^irfeNT 

Memorandum 



^ 



TO 



Director, FBI 



DATE; 



September 9, 1963 



FROM 



W^ C* SULLIVAN 



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/ 



subject: Inspector Donald E>uMoore 

(Employee) 



I 



Domestic Intelligence 

(Division) 



ILLNESSES 




Nature of Illness: (Indicate extent of, description, and current condition under Remarks) 

□ ^ ,, I I I I I I (Date of surgery and postoperative condition 

Accident I 1 Injury | 1 Disease [ I Operation must be indicated under Remarks) 



Date sick leave commenced 

9-9-63 



Date ceased active duty 

9-6-63 



Expected date of return to duty 

Not known this time 



Confined at: 
Address: 



El 



Hospital 



n 



Residence 



Alexandria Hospital, 4320 Seminary Ed, Alexandria, Va», 
Room 309. 



Remarks: 



Mrs. Moore called today to advise that her husband had been 
admitted to Alexandria Hospital. She stated that her husband had ex- 
perienced considerable abdominal pain late during the evening of 9-7 
and again on .9-8. He is presently undergoing tests in the hospital, 
but the doctors have not. diagnosed the naturp of his complaint. In 
view of the uncertainty of the diagnosis, a letter should not be sent 
at this time. We will* follow his illness and at the appropriate time 
will submit a recommendation concerning the forwarding of a letter. 

DEATHS 



D 



Father 



D 



Mother 



I — I Spouse I [Brother I I Sister I I Son I I 

,— D 



Daughter 
Other 



(Name of deceased) 



(Relationship) 



pate and place of death 



^^TlNOTKJCORpED: 



Remarks: 



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FD-277 (Rev. 11-16-59) 

OPTIOHAl fOltM NO. 10 
5010-104-01 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 







TO 



Director, FBI 



FROM : XXS,W. C* SULLIVAN, 



subject: 




date: September 23, 1963 



Attention: Personnel Section 



□ 

□ 
□ 
□ 

□ 

□ 
a 
□ 

□ 
□ 



INSPECTOR DONALD E.VfiOORE 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 



Remylet. 
Rebulet. 



Re physical examination 

Weight without clothing now is. 
Dental work was completed on . 
Vision has been corrected to _ 




Chest X-ray results were negative. 

Personal physician advised he is qualified for strenuous physical. exertion 

and the use of firearms. 

Attached are Bureau of Employees' Compensation forms - ^ . , „ 

Physical examination reports are enclosed,. 

Employee Is scheduled for physical examination on ^- ;_ 



Employee has reviewed and initialed his physical examination report. 

Employee returned to active duty — - 9-23*"63 . 

Employee's physical condition is satisfactory* 
UACB he is being removed from limited duty; 
UACB he is being placed on limited'duty. 



REMARKS 



Inspector Moore was on sick leave from September 9 through 
September 20, 1963. 







67-NOT RECORDED I ft'b vV 

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5 SEP 26 1963 



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OniONAt FORM NO. 10 
MAY I9«3 fOITIOM 
CSA CtH. tCO. NO. 77 



Q 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT; 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum . 



Q 



MR. A. H. BELMONT! 



MR. W. C. SULLIVA 



DATE: September 12, 1963 



cc Mr* Sullivan 
Administrative 
Division 



Tolson — 
Belmont - 

Mohr 

Casper _ 
Callohan 
Conrad _ 
DeLoGch 
Evans ,— 
Gale 



Hosen __ 
Sulllvon ,„« 

Tavel 

Trotter *---. 
Tele. Room 
Holmes ....„ 
Candy .,..„^ 



INSPECTOR DONALD E; ^OORE 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 
HOSPITALIZATION 




You will recall that Inspector Donald E. Moore was admitted 
to the Alexandria Hospital on September 9th and it was subsequently de- 
termined that he had a kidney stone. We Have been following his con- 
dition with his wife and on September 12th she advised that the stone 
had been successfully removed todayT Mrs. Moore stated she had no idea 
how long her husband would be confined to the hospital, but she ex- ' 
pected that the physicians would require him to rest for a fewjdays. 



ACTION 

> We^^will follow with Mrs. Moore concerning her husband's 
physical condition and it is recommended that an appropriate letter be 
f03^arded>^to inspector Moore over the Director's signature. A plant is 
being sent from his associates in the Division. 



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MAICED.3E 

NOV - 1 1963 

COMM-FBI 



Tolson 

Belmont 

U6b: 

Casper ^ 

Callohan 

ConradI 

DeLoach 

Evans ^ 

Gale 

Rosen 

SuJHvon ri --^-t f 

^Trotter -^ 
Tele, Room 

Holmes _^ 
Gandy «_^ 



November i, 1963 



PERSONAL 



im{ 



Mr. Donald Ejymoove 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, b. C. 



Dear Moore; 



■i 



Your performance at the Seat of 
Government in connection with the investigation of 
the Espionage case involving. Jolm W. Butenko and 
others was noteworthy and I want youto know I 
appreciate the high caliber of your work. 

You followed this matter very closely 
and effectively and made truly substantial contribu- 
tions to the successful outcome^ You should be 
proud of your services which are a credit to you,as 
well as to the Bureau, I am pleased to commend 
you. 



Sincerely, 

^- E^cfgar Hoover 
1 - Mr. Sullivan (Personal Attention) 




1 - Mr. M. A. Jones 

(Sent Direct) 



1 - 



REC435 



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67-191804 

Based on memo Branigan to Sullivan 10/31/63 a nd addendum 




^ Administrative Division* 10/3 1«/63. re : 
rJ'iRUSSIA. " '-'" ^"^ ^ ■"* £H *'-»i 

iuS: 5 1Es4oTEi;Salutation per Readingjloom. 



ESPIONAGE- b7D 



MAIL ROOM CZJ T£tETYPE UNIT □ 

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3L - tlr. Bdlinont - Enclosmro , 

1 - Mp. Bolioach - JCnclosuro 

2 « R3r. CuUivan - EnddcurGCf (2) 

>*^ AttcaUo% TA Donald E. I^oorc - ' 

^ i/- I?er/;oan3l fllo ot CA DcEald E. feooro - Enclosord 

KOTSt ISr* Seostop io on tko rpccial. Corrccpondoato* List. H©iS 
a fornor Spocial Agent isrho ij/as in charge cf tfca Kov york Cffico 
Jat th5 time of Wc Tctirqiacat. He EGD lC-^-80 and retired 10-SCI-C2* 



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GENERAL TELEPHONE & ELECTRO-NICS CORPORATION 

.730 THJRO AVENUE,, MEW YORK 17, N. Y. 



TELEPHONE 



AREA CODE 212 
551-1000 



/ 



Kovember 1, I963 



Honorable J* Edgar Hoover 
Director^ Federal. Bureau of Investigation 
U. S. Department of Justice 
Washington^ D. C. 



^'tr-***" 




Dear Mr* Hoover: 

Just a short note to say congratulations ^on the apprehen- 
sion of the Russian spies • The work done here by John Malone^ 
Joe Schmidt and their men must have been outstanding. The 
coordination afforded theix efforts by Don Moore^ Bill Sullivan 
and Al Belmont would have had to. be in the same category. 

The publicity^ both news and editorial^ was exceptionally 
fine and reflects so favorably on the office here and Deke DeLpach's 
activities there. The thing that is so evident to me though^ is 
that none of these people could get the job^ done without the pains- 
taking groundwork you personally have laid over the years. You 
should be very proud of your handiwork. 

Sincerely^ 






[Ag* posthr 




Director/of Security 















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FD-28la (Rev. 7.9-62) 











RECEIPT.FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



November 20> 1963 



I certify that I have WM the following Government property for official use: 
returned 



Investigating Chinese Security Subject 
Israelian Intelligence Security 
Potentialities of Bulgarian Intelligence in 
the United States 



% 



§ 



m 

The Govetnment property which yoii hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking core 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
:AN»A-y- 



WtiHiVkiiiHii*iiByMM««WMVifl 



ffi :.-:•■"■ r-v^i?rii?n 



56 E 8 
61 BIO 




(Signature) Afi^ 



w^/r . 



*> I 



\ / / . ^iWdlJ^H/ 



,Tyr...^.i Donald E. Moore 



8 DEC 4 1S63 L\ 



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FORM !.842(8.J7.«3) APPROVED COMP. 
GEN.'.JU.S. 4.8.«3 IN UEU OF « "' 

SFllZe'i 












L 




OF 




NAME: .U$T, FIRST, MIDDLE 



.-.X'i.L ILJ.LlJ 



/ SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



m'li . . 



NOTIFICATION Of BASIC CHANGE 



CODE - NATURE OF ACTION, 

892 - QUALITY INCREASE 

893 - WITHIN GRADE INCREASE 

894 - PAY ADJUSTMENT 



896 - ADMIN. PAY INCREASE 
897 -ADMIN.'PAY DECREASE 
OTHER (SPECIFY IN REMARKS) 



EFFECTIVE DATE 



1;!/^:^^-. 



DATE OF LAST EQUIV.INCR. 



vimni 



GRADE OR LEVEL . 



;::.H/- 



^«Ml^lPMMltH«(flWHPW«HNHMW 



STEP OR RATE 



:Ai 



OLD SALARY 



jf f ' . I' J « -.- 1- 



( 1 1 



MEW SALARY 



1i\\ f;fLJtvii 



DATA ON' UNPAID ABSENCE 



#i"»»*****h^iWIWl|t#P** 



PERIODIS) 



TOTAL EXCESS 



IN PAY STATUS AT END OF WAITING PERIOD 



I.N 



INITIALS 



1 






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I ■ I .EMPLOYEE'S WORK IS OF AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF COMPETENCE. 
I I EMPLOYEE'S PERFORMANCE RATING IS SATISFACTORY OR BETTER. 



REMARKS! 





(DATE) 



llM4H«*i4«lMilHl*«(M«llw«WlM**Wt«l# 



JOHN EDGAR HOOVER 
DIRECTOR 



A -l A 



PERSONNEL FILE COPY 



«l)WWP44H*«fWkiMHP«W«kiMPH<Wl^HaH*H4AM 



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FD-2$3 (Bev.. 10-15-63) 




3 




UNITED STATES DEEARTMENT OF JUS^TICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



In Repfyt Please Refer to ^ i^ 

FUeNo. . ' " , „ 

Director ; - _ „- ^- 

Federal^ Bureau o£ Investigation 

United States Department of Justice 

Washington, D. C. 20S3S - / = 

dear Sir: 

" For Inclusion in the tund to be paid to the designated beneficiary ol any Special Agent; of the FBI wl^o has previously 
contributed \o\^^^^^^^ dle^ ^from any cause except 'SeU-destructlon while employed as « Sp^<=^?l ^gent 1 am or- 

rrdlng herewith (by Check - Money Oraer) the sum of $10, payable, to ?.A I.F.Jo^be ^^-^^f^^'l^^^^^^^^ tlo'vears is 

^^A^ (rsv H*«*K ^v </^!f-destructlon aftdr the" Agent has been a member of. the: fund lot a continuous period of two years. Jt is 
^[^dtstlod :l!;i oVredl^^^^^^^^^ I3,a voHn.aryV5.a.ui.ous. ^on.rlbu,lon. ,o .aid fund which 1 understand 

is to be administered In the following manner. ^ 

The Director of the. FBI wlU^ appoint a committee ^vhl9h shqU^ conslder.all patters pertaining to the acquisition, safe„ 

of the fur^d shall not under any circumstances, exceed the/amount of monies In the fund at |<,e time any liability shall occur. 



EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 



Official Biir,eau Name <please type or print) 



Date 



'/^°M 



Office of Assignment (or SOG Division) 

f ^ Ti ^ — " - ~ 

\ b. r-. D. 



The following person is designated as my beneficiaryfor Special Agents Insurance -Fund: 
Naine(primary beneficiary; use given first name, if female) - ' 



Relationship 



Name (contingent beneficiab', if desired;" use' giveii .firS< name if female) 



V^ 



•a 



Relationship 



Address; 



The foUowing.person is designated as my beneficiary Mnder the Chas, S, Ross Fund providing $1500,death benefit.to 
beneficiary .of ogonts killed In the line of duty, other than travel oeddonts. 

\' S^y^/'- y^^ y^-f ^ ^^ — - — -- - - ^ - " 

NameCprimary beneficiary; u^e giyen.first name .if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiaryi'ifdesired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Very truly yours,. 



- Payment Received 
Speciial.AgenlslnsWdfttfePSM 

JAM2 11964 

■ . TE(igarHooveriDire6t9e 

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LO. FOREIGN LANGUAGE ABILITY: ^one 


Name of 
Language 


Completed 
school 


Can handle 
typical investi- 
gative problems 


Frequency 
Used 


(Indicate proficiency 
in each phase as 
Excellent, Very Good, 
Good, Pair, 
Unsatisfactory) 


Past 
Rating 


En- 
suing 
Year 


Writi 


ten Oral 


Period 


[ 


Speak 


Under- 
stand 


Read 


Write 


Yes 


No 


Yes 


No 


Yes 


No 


Da. 


Wk. 


Mo. 
















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»..— « 







11. 

a) 
b) 

c)^ 

d) 
e) 



ADMINISTRATIVE ADVANCEMENT: 

Agent is interested in administrative advancement 

Agent is completely available for administrative 
advancement 

Agent is considered completely qualified at present 
for administrative advancement including 
experience, ability, personality and appearance 

Consider qualifications Very Good j^.- 

Excellent X ^ Outstanding 



- Yes gl No rj 

- Yes /£7 No /T 

- Yes /5T No /~7 



Agent has potential for future administrative 
advancement (comments required) 



- Yes /T No /~7 



- 2 - 



Employee ' s 
Init ials_^j^2±:!_ 



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PA^^I - SPECIFIC COMMENTS O 

1"^^ JUSTIFICATION FOB ANY MINUS RATINGS GIVEN': 

N.A. 



2. EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY AS INSPECTOR'S AIDE: 
Mr. Moore is an Inspector. 



S"! PARTICIPATION IN INFORMANT PROGRAMS: 



In the development of informants and double agents, Mr. Moore 
has shown excellent results in an administrative capacity. 



4. TESTIFYING EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY: 

N.A. 



5 . DISCIPLINARY ACTION: 



During the rating period, Mr. Moore was censured on 
December 13, 1963, because of shortcomings in the 
supervision of an extremely important case. 



6. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION: 

N.A. 

7. POLICE INSTRUCTION: 



N.A. 
IT, — SOUNi) TRAINING: 



N.A, 



9. RESIDENT AGENTS 
N.A. 



Employee's 

Initial s ^x?x^t>><-^ ) 



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-.-*5>*~N^.p^ ':*ji-i:^f3?«(»Vi'*^**--»-'*^'" 



ff rD-a53 (Rev] 10-15-63) 




6 







In Repfyf Please Refer to 
File No. 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
f:ederal bureau of investigation 



Director 

Federal Bureau o£. Investigation 
United States Department of* Justice 
Washington, p. C. 20535 

Dear Slr:^ 

For inclusion in the fund to be paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to this fund and who die& from .any cause except sell-destruction while employed as a Special Agont t am for- 
warding herewith (by Check - Money Order) the sum :of $10, payable to S.A.l.F,. to be Included in said fuSd. PaynTtent will be 
made for death by seU-destruction ofter the Agent has been a member ,of the. fund for a continuous period of two years. It is 
understood and agreed that the sum tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous contribution to said fund which 1 understand 
is to be administered in the following manner. 

The pirector of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to the acquisition, safe 
keeping and expending of said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate action to thelDirector in pertinent matters. 
The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division oi the FBI shall receive all contributldni* and account for same to the 
Director. Upon^ the death of any Special Agent who Is a member of sal<^ fund the appointed committee will consider the case 
and submit q recommendation to the Director as to its conclusions. Appropriate instructions wll)t then befssued to the Assist- 
5Jnt pirector of the. Administrative Division, directing him to /pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. The liability 
of the fund shall not under any circumstances exceed the^tamount of monies in the fund at the time any liability shall occur. 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO TH E BUREAU 
Official Bureau Name (please type or print) 



The, following person is designated as niy beneficiary for Special Agents 'In surance Fund: 
Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) ' -- . 

Address " - . ^ ^ . 

Name (contingent beneficiary » if desired; use-^iven first name if femalrf 




Relalionship 



Relationship 



Address 



The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the Chas. S. Ross Fund providing ^$1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the ttne of duty, other than travel accidents. 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name *if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Very truly yours, 



Payment Received 
Special Agents Insurance Fund 

APR 2 9 1964 




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J.-EdgarJHooyer, Director 



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Name: DONALD Ev-^MOORE 
EOD: 3/10/41 
Veteran: No 
Reserve Status: N.A* 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. 




Title: Inspector .In (Charge 

Espionage - Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Division 

Grade: ^ GS #17 at $19,500 
Not on probation 



Not on limited duty 



LIVAN: 



Since Ociober, 1956, Mr. Moore 
^ has been Inspector in Charge of 
the Espionage -* Research Branch of the Domestic Intelligence Division. 
He makes an excellent personal appearance, is aggressive, industrious,, 
loyal, interested, sound in 'judgment, and an all-around capable 
administrator. Mr. Moore dresses very properly, is, a good con- 
versationalist, and. takes, a progressive, imaginative approach to 
investigative pi:oblems;: Before assuming, the responsibilities of his 
present position, h^ garnered, a great deal of experience as an Agent 
and a Seat, of Government supervisor, as well as a field of f ice 
administrator. , He is discharging his present assignment in a most 
creditable manner. There has been nb adminiistratiye action taken 
as to Mr. Moore since his last performance fating. Inspector Mopr.e> 
may ibe regarded as an authority- ih^ the. espionage and intelligence, 
field. He has for a long time given directions in our most 
complicated cases in this area and does so with a uniform 
effectiveness. Jn his present position, Mr. Moore is rendering 
to the Bureau a most substantial contribution* 



Rating: EXCELLENT 



INSPECTOR H. LYNN EDWARDS: 
(HLErwmj 8/7/64) 



For comments of Inspector see 
memorandum J* H« Gale to 
Mr, Tolson:'datedJuly31, 1964, 

captioned, "Inspection - Domestic Intelligence Division; Ihspector H. Lynn 

Edwards; July 1 - 21, 1964. " , ^ 



Domestic Intelligence Division Inspection aA 
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PEHSONAI. 



Federal Bureau of Investtgatioa 




Tolson -, 
Belmont _ 

Mohfc 

Caspex »-. 
Callohan-. 
Conrad ^ 
DeLoach . 
Evens _^ 
Gale,__ 
Rosen ^__ 
SuUlvon _ 
Tavel 



DearMoorer 

Your o\rer.»aU ^ervisioa from tlis Seat 
of Ooverameat of kcpi^totial matter d: eaireme 
value to the Bureau iatbe securi^ field ^sas of the 
finest Jiuslitir 8&d t am ^king; tMs s^poThxaii^ to coav6;!r 
my- sincere aBprectatida, 

1»he sldll, effectiveness and sound Ju<Sfe- 
ment yoii exhibited in sti|jervisit% ttis soisitive cper- 
atioa "^ere indeed noteworthy aad'^ero of maior impor* 
taiace in th© success re^ed. Tour performance in. 
this instaace is certainly a credit to you and tmnt to 
cozamead you for a job e^ertly handled. 






Siacerely, 

3« Ed^ar Hoover . 

1 r Mr. Sullivan (Personal Attention) 

Re: 1X)SNAR, ESPIONAGE-R p^.^-, I 

1 ~Mr, M. A>- Jon es (Sent' Direct) 
1 -| tSent Direct) 

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■•' RECEIPT FOR'GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION . 
UNITED-STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



I, certify that'Lhave received the following Government property for offlclol-iuse; 

'D.C. i3EFICIAL PARKING PERMIT miV 
expires 6-30-!65 

RETURNED 

D,C, OFFICIAL PAtiHG PMT 

• expires 6r30-6lt. /^i ' y.^- 




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The Government property ;which 7011 .=|iereby' .acknowledge 
is charged' to you and you are responsible for taking'^care, 
of it and returning it' when its lisei'hdsbeeii'i.fcompleted. 
DO NOT MARK OR™TE.ON^IT''OR:iu IlATEIt 1 
'ANYWAY. . 






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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



MR; Wr. O; SULLIVAN 



MR. D; B;4mOORE /^ 




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DATE: October 2, 1964 



cc Mr» Sullivan 
Administrative 
Division 



^Tolson _-« 
Belmont *« 

Mohr - 

DeLoach .— 
Casper _ 
CaUahan Jk: 
Conrad — — 
Evans , ■ 

Gale 

Hosen -.. , . ■ 
Sullivan „ 
Tavel ._^ 
Trotter _ 
Tele. Room 
Holmes ^...^ 
Gandy ,, 



SUBJECT: ANNUAL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION 



During my annual physical examination at Bethesda on 7^22^Q4:^ 
I was instructed to report to the eye clinic for examination concerning 
a chalazion on my right eyelidv 

Subsequently I did receive further examination at the eye 
clinic at Bethesda oh 8-14-64, at which time the examining doctor sug- 
gested I see my personal doctor. 

On 8-24-64, Dr» Francis J. Crilley, 1726 Eye Street, N. W#, re- 
moved the chalazion and I have had no further difficulty in this regard* 



ACTION 



For record purposes; 



DEM:td (3) 



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REPORT-OF MEDlbAL EXAMINATION- — 




NAMEr-FIRST NAMET-MIODLEiNAME!-. ' 



4. HOME'ADDRESS (Numbcf,^ street or RFD; city or (own; zone andStatt) / " 



;2ojGRAOE:AND COMPONENr.0R POSITION 

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5w' PURPOSE i? EXAMINATION 



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7. SEX 



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8. RACE 

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9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



10. AGENCY.' " ^ "'\ 



MILITARY 



CIVIUAN 



11.. ORGANIZATION UN(T 



12. DATE OF BIRTH 



7-^ lhlM ^^^ 



13; PLACE OF BIRTH 



14. NAME,REUTIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXTOF KIN 



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4- % ^ ,v- 



'S^S 



15.; EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



IS. OTHER INFORMATION ' 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (.TUol) 



' UST SIX MONTHS 



CLINICAL' EVALUATION '>^ 



NOR- 



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cx 



6^ 



C^ 



'u^y 



cy 



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(Check each item in appropriate col- 
umn; enter **NE" if not evaluated.) 



18. HEAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH JInDTHROAT 



22. 



CARS— GENFRAI-f''^**'* <x*.ca««lj) iAudUofy 



'23. DRUMS XPtrfcfTatlon) '" 



24, 






25, OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (BqualUjr and reaction) 



27. 



OCULAR MOTILITY <;^x';?if°;^/'^ "^'^- 



28, LUNGS AND CHEST {Include treastt) 



29. HEART (ThrtiStf iize, rhythm, soundt) 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM (VcrlcoiUiet, etc.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hernia) 



32, 



ANUS AND RECTUM }y;X;;*'^;,'';;j,?;,^^> 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G*U SYSTEM 



35. 



UPPER EXTREMITIES i^tTA*?*' ""^ "^ 



36. FEET 



37, 



LOWER EXTREMITIES /J;^g,^j;:^,^^,,,, 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39* IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



/^ 41. NEUROLOGIC' <e«itifi6riV« lett* undtr iUni 7t) 



1^ 42. PSYCH rATRIC(5j>eci:/va«»i)ef«*iKirifvd<fialion) 



43. PELVIC (Femalei onty) (Cheek how done)l] 
- D VAGINAL DrECTALj 



ABNOR- 
MAL 



* " n 



NOTES: ,(D^^<^f*be every Abnormality indetaiL \Enterpertinent*itenrf number ^be(ot« each 
^comment', 'Continue in item 73 and use additional sheets if necessary^) • 



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'^'.44, DENTAL (Plaee^appropriate tymbolt above or below, numberDf upper and lower teeth, retpectively.Y 



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O^Rtitorabte teeth 
tr-NonreitoraUe teeth 

^x ; 

1 1 2 3' 


4 


5 


X'-MUiini 
XXXTHeplaci 

6 7 8 


J teeth 

d by denture* 

9 10 


11 


(eX8)~Fixed bridge, hraekets to 
include ammentil 

12 13 14 15 16 E 


H 32 31 30 


29 


.28 


\27 ^ 26 25 


24 23 


22 


21 20 19 18' il7. F 



SiTKiNAClDENTXL — // 
DEFECTS >VND, DISEASES -^ -// 



REMARKS Afft) ADOiTKiNAClDENTXL 

DEI 




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tUBORATORr FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS; A7SPECIFIC GRAVITY \ ^ ^ ^ft.7.'*3)^. 



B. ALBUMIN) 



C. SUGAR 



, ".;./v:^fs. 



D.? MICROSCOPIC- 



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48.''EKG ^ 






;46, CHEST XRAY (Pia«, dc(<, /Ilm num6«r «n<f r«uIO 



JO. OTHER TESTS " . I ^ 



47. SEROLOGY^ (Specify teit wed and retutt) 



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49; BLOOD TYPC AND RH 
'^ FAaOR 






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51. HEIGHT 



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52. WEIGHT 



53., COLOR HAIR 



\ MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER^FINDINGS ''^ '^ ,^ ' 

55. BUIUpt J SLENDER j MEDIUM j HEAVY y( ^OBESE ^56. TEMPERATURE 



54. COLOR EYES 



(Check one) I 



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57. 



BLOOD PRESSURE (Arm ct heart level) 



A- 
SITTING 



SYS. 



IS3: 



DIAS. 



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B- I SYS. 

RECUM- 
BENT 



DIAS. 



9< 
STANDING 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



58. 



PULSE (Arm fit heart level) 



A, SITTING 
3^ 



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B. AFTER EXERCISE 



C. 2 MIN. AFTER 



D. RECUMBENT 



E. AFTER STANDING 
3MtN. 



59. 



DISTANT VISION 



60. 



REFRACTION, 



NEAR VISION 



Wra 



RIGHT 



nvif(^p 



CORR,TO20/ '^O 



BY 



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CORR^TO 



BY 



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BY 



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CORR. TO 



BY 



62. HETEROPHORIA (Spedfv distance) 
ES* EX* 



R.H^ 



UH. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC 



63. ACCOMMODATION 


64. COLOR VISION (TeU med and rewlt) 


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65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
- .-. (Test used and score) ' *■ 


UNCORRECTED 


RIGHT LEFT 


ao<z 1 ^>^ /^//p- 




CORRECTED 


66. FIELD OF VISION ^ 


67. NIGHT VISION (Test used and score) ^ ' 


68. RED LENS TEST 


69. INTRAOCUUR TENSION 


70.^ HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
iXe^* used and tcore) 


RIGHT WV /jrTis SV /S^f^^ 


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250 

tse 


500 


1000 
tOU 


2000 
tOiS 


sooo 


iOOO 

409$ 


6000 

etu 


8000 
St9f 


LEFTWV /^"^ ^'5 SV ^^ /I5 


RIGHT 




















Teft 























73. NOTES (Continued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



(Use additional sheets if necessary) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (List diagnoses with item numbers) 






75. RECOMMENOATIONS^FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Specify)^ 



77. EXW^INEE 

A, JSIS QUALIFIED FOR 



IFIEOFOR ^ » 



.B, O IS NOT^ QUALIFIED FOR 



76.^ 



A. PHYSICAL PROFILE' 



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B, PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



78. IF NOT QUAUFIED. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



79. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



8U TYPED OR PRINTED NAMtOF DENTIST^OR PHYSICIAN (Indicate which) 



SIGNATURE 



82< TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



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SIGNATURE 



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regarding suggestion inade by examining phys 
on the clinical repof t dated 8-14-64« 



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Qreport of medical history O 

JT) THIS IKFORHAtlOH IS FOR OFFICIAl USE ONIY AMD Will HOT BE REltASED TO UHAgTHORIZEO PERSOMS 

(3/1aST NAME-FIRST NAME-MIDDU NAME ""^ ~ =~= "" ' j^GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

Aj^^xiff^ h^^joi.f^- lEbG>fit^ 

4. HOME ADDRESS {NmnUr, street or HFD, citff or (own, zone end State) 



"©■UHPOSE OF EXAMINATION '' 



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DATE OF BIRTH 



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9, TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



MILITARY 



CIVILIAN 



PLACeOF BIRTH 



NStlJ 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER, AND ADDRESS " " 

(^ STATEMENT OF EXAMlNEE-SPRESENr HEALTH IN OWN WORDS. (Fmm bjf <Ui€Tiption~o/ past hi^orv, if COmpUifniexiUs) 



A'S/' /^^^'^^^^ 



10. AGENCY 




3.B3ENTIFICA 



6. DATEOF EXAMINATION 



11. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. REUTIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



6>d>od 



(I^'faMILY HISTORY 


. 


. 


. 19. HAS ANY BLOOD RELATION (Parent, brother, sUtet,'UheT} " 
OR "Mn<iRANn OR wipp< 


' iiELATION 


AGE 


\ STATE OF HatTK 


IF DEAD. CAUSE OF DEATH 


AGE AT 
DEATH 


YES 


t NO 


iCheck each item) 


1 RELATION(S) 


FATHER 






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HAD TUBERCULOSIS 




MOTHER 


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HAD SYPHILIS ^ , 




JSPOUSE 


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HAD DIABETES 


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BROTHERS 


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haFkidney trouble 




AND 




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HAD HEARtTRbUBLe 


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SISTERS 


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HAD STOMACH TROUBLE 












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HAD RHEUMATISM (ArthrUis) 


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CHILDREN 


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mb^AiilHMA^'HAV FEVERr 
HIVES 






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HAD EPILEPSY (FUS) 


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COMMITTED SUICIDE 




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BEEN INSANE 





>Q.>AVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW (Place cheek at left of each item) 







MOiMIlS 



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YES 



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CHECK EACrt rr£M YES OR^NOr^EVE ftY ITEM^'CHECKEO "YES" MOST BE FULLY EXPLAINED I f^ BUNK SPACE.QN RIGHT 

3SK. V///^^ /> -r^^f^S ~^^AS ^ov's^O re. 



HAVE YOU BEEN tJNABLE TO HOLD A JOB BECAUSE OF: 
A. SENSITIVITY TO CHEMICALS. DUST. SUN LIGHT. ETa 



B. INABILITY TO PERFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 



C: INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 



D. OTHER MEDICAL REASONS (//^-ea, ^iV« reasons) 



S. HAVE -YOU EVER WORKED WI7H MDIOACTIVE SUB. 
5TANCE7 



'29. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH SCHOOL STUDIES 
Or TEACHERS! (//^yes, ^iVo detaih} 



30. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE 
/OF YOUR HEALTH? ilfyes, st&t^ reason and give 
/ details) ^ . 



HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DENIED tlFE INSURANCE? 
(If yes, state reason and give detaiU) 



32. HAVE YOU HAD. OR HAVE YOJ B^EN ADVISED TO HAVE, 
ANY OPERATIONS? (If yes, describe and giye 
fge at which occurred) '^^ '' 



X, HAVe YOU EVER BEEN A PATIENT (committed or 
voluntary) IN A MENTAL HOSPITALOR SANATOR* 
lUM? (//yes. specify whettl where; why, and 
name of doctor f and complete address of 
hospital or clinic) 



34. HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY ILLNESS OR INJURY OTHER 
THAN, THOSE ALREADY NOTED? {Jfyes, specify 
when, wherCt and give details) 




35. HAVE YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN-TREATED BY CLINICS, 
PHYSICIANS, HEALERS. OR OTHER PRACTITIONERS 
WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARSJ Xlf yes, give com- 
'plete address of' doctor,^ hospital, clinic, 
and details) -v" ~ 



36, HAVE YOU TREATED YOURSELF FOR ILLNESSES OTHER 
THAN MINOR COLDS^ (,If yes, which illnesses) 



7. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
SERVICE.BECAUSEOF PHYSICAL MENTAU OR OTHER 
^REASONS? Of yes, give date and reason for 
rejection) 



8. HAVE VOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM-MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAL. OR OTHER 
REASONS? <// yes, give date, reason, and 
type- of discharge: whether honorable, 
other than honorable, for unfitness or un^, 
suitability) 



^HAVEVotf EVER RECEIVED. IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 

YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 

* PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 

, ' ' 1TY7 (// yes, specify what kind, granted by 

whom', and what amount, when, why) 






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I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE ftEvTE\SEOTHE FOREGOINS INFORMATION SUPPUEO BY ME AND THAT It IS TRUE AND <»MW£TE TO THE BEST OF MY ^WW-EDGE. J] 

I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS. HOSPITALS. OR CLINICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT OF MY MEDICAL RECORD FOR PU^ 

OF PROCESSINS MY APP UCATION FOR THIS EMPtOYMENrOR SERVICE. ■ " ' "^ 

TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE "" 



SIGNATURE 



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40: PHYSICIAN S SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF ALL PERTINENT DATA (Phpkian shall Comment on cU ptumeaniwers m item £0 thru S$) 



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DATE 



SIGNATUSE 



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CLINICAL RECORD 



CONSULTATION SHEET 




REQUEST 



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FROM: (RequjSfing wa^d,unlt, or activity) 



{RequfSSing wa^c 




REASON nOR BEQUEST (Complaints and flnHngs) 







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PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSlff 






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DOCTOR'S SIGNATURE 


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G;C..: Oialaaion , 

P;I#.j: Pt« wis tinder care of private doctor who is now away ph:,leave# Has been. 
using ftpt soaks, l)ut stopp^ a w^ek.ago when the lesion brok<> jai^ 

Exam: VvA. : R: 20/70? corfepts. with -1*00 to 20/25: 

Lj 20A00j » » 4;C» w,25 X 75 to 20/25 

Ejct.: Partially evacuated hofdecftuin of Et. irpper lid, non-painftSb. 
t.^., R: 6/5*,5jL 5/5*5 - - 

IjspT. t Partially evacuated' hprdeoium 

[*Rx> Since we. are nfctatithoiclzed to^t^ ,P;»B»I.. agents, suggest he, continue 
I the hot sc^s tinttl 'fie ipan be. .seen by private doctor ag^hv Lesion may 
have to be Incised for further* drairdngi^ 



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DATE 



JDENTIFICATION NO. 



7^AT|ENT;8 IpE^TlFICATlON (For iyptd orwrtttert entries giveiWante^asu [irsti 
" fiiiddUr grade; da'teihptphal otrttedical facility) 



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CLINICAL RECORD DOCTOR'S PROGRESS NOTES 

(Siin Mil notes) 


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DCKTOI'S PROGRESS NOTES 
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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report, of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance^of MedtcahExaminer 

Name of ^Examinee /V/D&f'P.. ZDb AJ r^ / QL £> 

(Type, or. print). I LaltT First „ Middled 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be completed: 

2 14 68 

3 17 69 
A ^ 6i, „ 72 
9 * 65 - 76 

U 67 

'46. Is necessary unless iacilities for affofcfing same are not readily available. 

48.^hIot required unless ^examinee is over- 35 years of age or 'examinatioh indicates such is* 
, desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless, facilities ior affording same are riot readily available,* 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whViiever'pos'sible for all SpeciaLAgent 
-applicantsr arid Special Agents. Applicants for the Special. Agent .pqsiti6n*.will» not be- 
accepted if the hearing loss' exceeds a45 decibel average* in-efther. ear in the cohver- 
-sational speech range* (500, ioOO, '2000 cycles). ^ , /^ " ^ 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical- or Special Agent Applican|^s;j3rErhployees:_ 



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The medical examiner should jdnswer the followine question: P* f A ^^ 






Examinee l^is LJis^-not qualified for^strenuq'us phi^sical exeriibri. 
to be. Answered in the Case ofiAII Male Employees and Male Applicants: .c^ :^ 






1^., *JDoes examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his^participation , in defensive 
tactics.and dangerous assignments which might: entail the practical use of firearms? 

LZl No ILJ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. - / ■_ i- 



2. Does ej^mihee have ariy defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
LU Yes If "yes" please specify, defects; _^ * - , "^ 



Does ej^i 




3. For safe dr(ving of motor vehicles, Cijil Service ConmiiXsion^^ distant vision must 
-test at least 20/40 Urirpne eye and 207lOQ in t&e' other,, corrected oV uncorrected! Should 
examinee wear corrective glasses whileoperqting a motor vehicle? EVes CD No 
If recommendation is. based on. d factor other than above^ standard, indicate basis 

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■Desirable Weight 


'Ranges for Males 


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Height 


Small Frame 


jMedium Frame 


Large Frame, 


5' 4" 


117-125 . 


123 - 135 . 


131 - 148 


5'5."', 


120 - 129; 


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126-139 


134- - 152 


5' 6" . , 


124 - 133 


130- 143 . 


138 - 157 


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134 - 148 , . 


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138 - 152 


"147 - 166 


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136-146 


142- 156 . 


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146- 161 ... i 


. 155 - IW =91 


5' 11" 


144 - 154 


.; . 150 - 166 .' 


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15.4- 171 .... 


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158- 176 . , 


169 -i^ iF 


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163.ri81 ., 


174 -.1© ,^ 


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168 - 186 ' ^, . 


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6' 4" 


169:- 180 


178-196 , 


. . 188-210 


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174 - 185 


. , 182-202 


192-216 . 



4. Examinee's frame is CZI small 



CZI medium 



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large 



5. Considering above weight table, th§^/^xami^ee/s frame, and' other individuar physical characteristics, 
I consider his present weight CQ^atisfactpry EHExcesslve □Deficient 

6. Under proper medicaLsupervision, examinee should L-Jlose 

IZDgain 



poundsv 
pounds 



Remarks; 








(Signature of^ Medical Examiner) 



(Date 




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'^j6 FD-253 (Bov, 5-27-64) 




In Repfyt PlecKe Refer to 
File No, 



UNITED STATES. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INV^ESTIGATION 




Director ,. ^ ^* - ~ ~ % 

Federal Bureau of Investigation ~ ~.* 

Unltt>di States Department of Justice ' ^-- 

Washington, D./C. 20S35 ^ " , - .. - 

Dear Sir: \~ 

...♦.IK f""! \"^\u!*'''i In the fund tt^^e paid to the. designated beneficiary of any Special, Agent of/the.rsi who has previously, 
tZZ u ;i v\^''5iu °?'^ "^u"" ^^""^ i'^"' """^^ ''''^^^ ^'^'^^^P* self-destruction While employed, as <x Special AgeXt. J am for-. 

warding herewith ( by Check . Money ,Order)^ th^ sum, of 510, payable to S=A^,tT•.. to be Included In saldVnd/ P^ent llU be 
made for death by self-destruction after the- ^gent has, been a. member of the fund.for^a continuous period of iwoyedrs Ix fs = 
understood and agreed that .the ;sum Rendered herewith .is a voluntary, gratuitous .contribution to.sald fund which I X»nderstand 
is to be administered In.the following manner. K' ^^ . . .»« 

The Director of the FBI will appoint a' committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to^the-acgulsltlon; safe 
keeping and expending of said fund, which commlUee will recommend appropriate* actlon^to the' Director fn'pertlnent matters. 
The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division; o)/the F.BI shall receive ,alhco'ntrlbution"sVanci account for same to "the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who is a.membeVof said fund the appointed commit tee „w:ni conslder'.the case* 
and submit a recommendation to the Director as to Its conclusions. Appropriate instructlohs^will then WlVsued to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Administrative Division, \dlrectlng him to.pay to the designated beneficiary tlie sum' of $ 10,000; The UqbiUt/ 
of. the fund shall not„ under any circumstances exceed the- amount of monies In 'the .fund at the time,,any liability sHall occur. 



EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 

Official Bureau Name (please type or print), ' ' ^ ' "^^ I Date" 



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The following person is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents -Insurance Fund: 
Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) ^ '^ ._ 



Address ' , . ^ \" \: '" ^ y. 

Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired;.u8e given fitfet name if female)^ "^ ' 



Rel'atiopship 



•7*- 



Address 



.Relationship. 



Do you desire to designate the above-Hsled beneficiaries ^sihe. beneficiary and contingent beneficiary re spectiveiy of the 
Chas. S. Ross Fund as well?' [gj Yes Q No If no^t.the entire following.portion must be .executed. ^^ ^ 

The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the* Chas, S. Ross Fund, providing '$1500:death benefit to 
beneficiary ,of agonjs klHod-in the line of duty, other than travel accidents. \^ , ' 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name 'if female) 



Address 



Relationship 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Address 



Relationship 



_ Payment Received 
Special Agents Insuranee \m 

FEB17iSB5 



Very truly yours;. 





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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 




Name of Employee: 



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DOHAlib E^MOOHE 



(Division) (Section, Unit)' 



Official Position Title and Grade: 



INSPECTOR - GS-X7 



Rating Period: froni Apgjj ly 1964 



to 



March 31^ Xd65 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 



QmstAmim 



Rated.by: 
Reviewed. by: 
Rating Approved fey: 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 




J , Title 

^ /Assistant to 
Hd ^ U^ *the Director 

Title 



JiLti^f^j^^ Director 

Sfghdture ' Title 



Employee's 
Initials 



4/13/65; 



[Date 



4/1/65 



Date 

4/1/65 



Date 



' TYPE OF REPORT 


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53 Official 


Q .Administrative 


(23 Annual 


'Fl eO-Day 




Q 90-Day 




□ Transfer 




□ Separation from Service 


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DOKfi^IiDE-MOOR© 
■ ^ INSPiECTOE ' 

BOMESTfC INTBLiaGENCE: DWMON 



Bui^insT the pMt year Mr,. Moore has served as the 
Bjspector in chai*ge of the Espibn^e^'lleGearch Branch ot the 
Domestic. Melligence Divislbaand hi&.over-aH performance 
has ijeen of sttch,a natiire aS to warrant aii Outstanding annual 




He has a very pleasant, yet forceful, personality 
which, .coupled with fits>e?*ensl\ratopWiedgporsecurityi intel- 
ligence and espionage inyesti^s^tionsand his intensi^ desire to 
further the best iriter^^tscsi the rat, hasmade him extremely 
efefectW in hkdlinglifs responsibilities. He is a tireless 
worker- who approJtch6s every assignment ejithuslastlcally and 
aggressively. His Judgment has been unerring and he posses-? ' 
ces ae rar<5'lamcl£ for making sound, spot deicisipns v/hlch are 
most essential in hte position. 

Mr. Mpore has a vast, comprehensive understand- 
ing .of all Biireau riies and regulations and is unlguely capable 
of -using such information for supervising subordinates. He has 
consistenUy demonstrated an attitude of deyotioii to the Bureau 
and its obligations that exemplifies the highest ^e of efficient 
^.mature administrator. His ability t^ttaspire and lead oUxers 
to desirable balancis la that he demands and. secures compli- 
ance yet retains respect, good wiii' and.cooperatiqn. He acts 
decisively to ellminate.,deficiencles in operatibns.andoft^n antici- 
pates and ayplds situations of possible embarrassment prlorto 
their materialization. 

Extremely loyal and dedlcatedj Mr. Moore has" 
attained an extraordinary yecord of accomplishments and this 
super^ fashion in which he has carried out his 4utles certainly 
justifies tMs rating of Outstanding.^ ^ 



FD-289 (3-28-56) 








'< PASXuSABE-DR I V I N6 RECORD CERT I F I CAT I ON 



WHAME OF OPERATOR (pRINT ^lASTi .KlfiSJ, MIOOLE INITIAH 

/MOORE. Donald eA. ^ /! \ 



DATE 

4-5-65 



OIVISIOK AND SECTION ASSISNEO.' ' #' 

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENC 



K^. 



RONT OFFICE 



POSITION iriTLE 

INSPECTOR 



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TH(S IS TO CERTIFY THAt I IPKESEStLY .E3 HOLD C3 00 NOT HOLD A VALID MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR'S PERMIT OR 
DRIVER'S LICEKSE. | ' U ' 4 



PERMIT ISSUED BY: 
(STATE, TERRITORY 
POSSESSION, DISTRICT) 



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rATE^OF \ 



STATE \0F VIRGINIA 



PERMIT NUMBER 

6 G 11825 



PERMIT EXPIRES 

7-31-66 



THIS ]S AN tUte«aa4£a;C&* (RESTRICTEtfn PERMIT. (IF RESTRICTED, EXPLAIN BELOW) 

(strike: out oKe)-^**"^ 
Must wear corrective lenses 



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THIS FURTHER CERTIFIES THAT-^IHIR 
ALLY OVINEO) APPftOX iMATgLY 25 y 



HE PAST THRCE YEARS* I HAVE DRIVEN A MOTOR VEHICLE (GOVERNMENT OR PERSON- 
MILES. DURING THIS TIME (A) I CH HAVE |SZ1 HAVg NOT RECEIVED A 



TRAFFIC VIOLATION TICKET; (B) I CZJ HAVE PP HAVE NOT BEEN HELD AT FAULT* AS THE DRIVER OF A MOTOR VEHICLE 
INVOLVED IN A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT. IF AFFIRMATIVE ANSWER, PLEASE EXPLAIN IN AOUACENT SPACE GIVING NUMBER AND 
DATES OF OFFENSES. 



^ "AT FAULT" MEANS ANY CASE IN WHICH RESPONSIBILITY 
IS CONCEDED BY EMPLOYEE OR HIS INSURANCE COMPANY 
OR LIABILITY IS FIXED BY DULY CONSTITUTED AUTHORITY. 




£ M. 



SIGNATURE OF OPERATOR 



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Am;^-^' REVIEWING OF 

ff£]Mft^lXiam 



IHTA LAST. FIRST, MIDDLE INITIAL) 



POS^IT-ION TITLE 

Asst, Director 



.DATE 

4-7-65 



THE PERSONNEL FILE OF THIS EMPLOYEE HAS BEEN REVJ EWEO AND REFLECTS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CONCERNING THE 
OPERATION OF A MOTOR VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS DURING THE PAST THREE YEARS: 



CONTINUOUS SAFE ORIVJNG RECORD 



INVOLVED IN TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AND FOUND AT FAULT ** 



I CERTIFY THAT THIS EMPLOYEE IS 



□ QUALIF 
OFFICI 



lED ON THE BASIS OF HIS SAFE DRIVING RECORD TO OPERATE MOTOR VEHICLES ON 
AL BUSINESS. 



NOT QUALIFIED AND MUST DEMONSTRATE HIS QUALIFICATIONS BY SATISFACTOR I LY ,PASS IHG 
A ROAD TEST EXAMINATION BEFORE OPERATING A MOTOR VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS. 



REMARKS 



37:Ho5 EEGOEDED 





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** "AT FAULT" MEANS ANY CASE IN WHICH THE BUREAU HAS 
TAKEN DISCIPLINARY ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION AGAINST 
THE EMPLOYEE. 




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Mr. Tolson. 4-7^65 

\ ,v J. p. Mohi; - - 

JOSEPH A. SIZOO DONALD E. MOORE 

Number One Man - Inspecitoi: Number Two Man - Inspector 

Domestic Intelligence Division Domestic intelligence Division 

BRIGG3 J. WHITE 
Number One Man 
Laboratory Division 

OUTSTANDING ANNUAL PERFORMANCE RATINGS 

. _ Tiiefe are attached for approval, the annual performance reports for Messrs. 
SizOo, Moore and White in ivhlch their iservlces have beea rated Outstanding for the - 
period 4-1-64 to 3-S1-65. Mr? Belmont has signed these ratings as the Reviewing 
QjEficial. ^ _ _^ . __ . : 

In the event you approve these ratings, it is respectfully requested that the 
Director sign both the original and the copy of each of them as the Approving Off ictalv 
Thereafter they must be transmitted to the Department with other such ratings for 
^proval by the Department^ Committee oh Ibicentive Aw^ds. tTpon.appfoyal of the 
ratings by the Committee, they will be, returned to-the Bureau arid Messrs. Sizoo, Moore 
and White ^fiHX each be fiirnished a. copy oj^ his rating. They will also be entitled to cash 
incentive awards, under the- provisions of theiricenti\?:e Awards Han. Messr^. Sizpo ,and 
Moore are in Grade.GS 17 and Mr. White ia in Grade GS 16 thus they will be entitled to 
awards in the amount of $400 as has been approved in the past for those- below the level 
of Assistant Director who are in Grade GS 16 or above. % 

RECOMMENDATION: r -, ^ ' - 



That the Director, as Approving Official, sigi^ the original and the copy of 
each.of the attached Outstanding performance ratings and upon approval of the ratings by 
the Departmental Committee on Incentive A,wards, Messrs, Sizoo, Moore and White each 
be approved for aii incentive award of $400. 

Enclosures " ^ 

RRB:crt 

ip Personnel File of Donald E. B«5D6prd ^' "" 

- Personnel File of Briggs ^. White 




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PBR^NAL 



s/Moore 



Mr* Donald E. 

Federal Boreabr^ Iinrestigation 

Washington, 2>» 0« 



Bear Moorei 



MAILED. 6. 

APR 6 1965 

COMM-FBl 



X am especially pleased to advise that your 
services for &e period £r6m April 1; 190^ to March 3JL^ 
1965, have merited an Outstandings performance rating, 
-which has been approved by the Departmental Conmiittee 
on Incentive Awards. A copy is enclosed -^hich you may 
retain. 

It Is also a pleasure to inform you of my 
approval of an incentive a^ward of $400« 06 in special rec*> 
ognitton of your exc^tipnal performance and &e check 
which is enclosed rc^resente Ms award, The superior 
and dedicated fashion in which you have carried out yoiir 
dutteef is deeply appreciated,. ,^^^^ \ ' a% /y/ y...^t - 



/ PEC.136 I 
\ / Sincerelyp 



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Sincereiy'^searchsa 

Enclosures (2) ^ J^ Edgar Hoover 

1 - Mr. Sullivan (Personal Affentibn) Enclosure«=«^ -• ~ -- 

You should personally present this award and should this 



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Tolson -«. 
Befroont — 

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DeLoach,^ 

Conrad «!. 

Felt .i^:. ,., 

Gate, 

Rosen — «« 
SulUvon -- 
Tavel ■—-_- 
Trotter «-. 



not be possible or should presentation be unreasonably delayed 
by your absence official acting for you should present it. Inform 
employe e net amount o f check represents this award less withholding 
tax. 1 



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SentlJiVectfi^ 
ERHreaj^^^'-^ ^ '(5) 67^191804 



Award #602-65 



Based on memo Mohr -Tolson 



Tele. Room 
Holmes >»^ 
Gandy -__ . 



NOTE: Salutation per file. 

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Callahan, 
Mr- Conrad,., 

Mr. Felt 

Mr- Gale, 



Mr, Rosen 

Mr. Sullivan, 

Mr. Tavel, 

Mr. Trotter^ 

Tele. Room 

Miss Holmes- 
Miss Gandy«. 




Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Mr^ Sullivan last evening presented 
me with your letter advising of the performance 
rating and award which you so generously 
approved, and I am indeed grateful. 

This has been a most busy but pleasant 
week, and it was indeed a pleasure for me to 
have the opportunity of introducing Mrs. Moore 
to you and to Mr. Tolsoh at the Bazowskis* 
on Tuesday evening. 

0: My sincere thanks. 



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Donald E. Moore 



Mr , John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D. C, 



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Name: DONALD EAMOORE 
EOD: 3/10/41 
Veteran : No 
Reserve Status: N«A« 




Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage-Research Branch 
. Domestic Intelligence Div 

Grade: GS-17 at $ 23,695 

Not on probation 

Not on limited duty 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W» C^ SUlMMMS: Mr. Moore has been assigned 

to his present position of 
Inspector in Charge of the 
Espionage - Research Branch since October, 1956. He presents an 
excellent personal appearance and conducts himself with confidence, 
poise and maturity. He is aggressive, industrious, loyal, and 
forceful. He is most knowledgeable relative to Bureau policy 
and procedures, and he has a keen interest in all phases of 
espionage-intelligence activities over which the Bureau has 
jurisdiction. Mr. Moore has a a well-rounded background in both 
field office and Seat of Government administration^ and he is 
handliiag his present assignment in a most creditable manner. 

Mr. Moore was commended by the Director on August 19, 
1964 i for his over-all supervision of a confidential matter of 
extreme value in the security field and he has not been censured 
during the past rating period. 

Inspector Moore may be considered a specialist in the 
field of espionage and intelligence, and he is rendering a most 
substantial contribution to the Bureau ♦s work. 



(See Inspector's Comments next page)^ ^ 



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INSPECTOR H. L, EDW 
(mbk 5-20-65) 




For comments and recommendations 
of the Inspector regarding Mr. Moore, 
see memorandum W. M, Felt to Mr, 
Tolson dated 5-20-65 setting forth results of the Inspector's findings* 



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FD-28la (Rev. 7.9.62) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF" JUSTICE 



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May 13, 1965 



I ceitlfy that I hove received the following Government property for official use: 



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1 copy Handbook of Technical Equipment . 
(Equipment Synopsis #ES 5) " "^ ^ 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
oD^t-and-returning it when its use has been completed, 
rdM#%J|!!tra MUTILATE IT IN 



to WAYg 






(Signature) 




I (Typed name) 



Donald E.f Moore 



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TJNITED.STATES JDEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAX BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



in B.eply^ Please Refer to - 

File No, 

Director " - 

FedetotrBureau of InvesUgatlon ^ 

United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. ^20535 

Dear Sir: 

For Inclusion In the fund to be, paid, to- the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed -to jlhTs fund and who dies !fr6m any cause, except, self-destruction while employed as a Special Agent, I am for- 
warding herewith*( by Check - Money Order) the sum of $10, payable ^o 'S.A.I.F., to be.lncluded ln"sald fund. Payment, wlU be 
made for death by^elf-destructlon after the Agent has been a membex^ of the ^fund for a continuous perlod,of two, years, it Is 
understood and agreed that t^^ sum tendered herewith Is a voluntary, gratuitous, contribution to said fund wKlch; j understand 
is'To>be adminitstered In "the foliowing^manner. 

' ^TJie- Director of the FBI will appoint a 'committee which shall consider all matters pertainlng'to the acquisition, safe 
fceeplng.^and expending of sd'ld fund, which Comm'iEttee will recommend appropriate' action to the .Director in pertinent rtxatters. 
The- Asslstant%Pirectorf of tKe Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for same to the 
blre/c'*or.\ Upon the death.of any Special -Agent who is a member of said fund the appointed committee wlll^conslder the.case 
anSsV^i^'^^*^^^* recommendaUon to the Director as to Tts conclusions. Appropriate Instructions Will then.be Issued^ to the Assist- 
antj^Of/ectot oi the Administrative Division, directing' hlm to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. The liability 
^4^heifund shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount of monies In the fund at the time any liability shalloccur.. 



SEXECUXE'IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMlf?BOTH,XOPIES TO THE BUREAU 



^/ Official; Bureau Name (please type, or print) 



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kt^ ^: A1oofa(£ 



Date 



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Office' of Assignment' (or SOG Division) 



The»follo\ving person is*designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents insurance Fimd: 



Name (primaiy.beneficiary; use ^given first name"„ if female X- 



Relationship 



Address 



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Name (contingent; beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) ^ 



Relationship 



Address 



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Do you desire to designate, the above-listed/beneficiaries ^as the berieficiary.and'contingent beneficiary respectively of the 
Chas.S. Ross Fund as well? p^ Yes CD'No Jfnbt, the entirefollowing portion must be executed.^ 

The following person is designated.as^my beneficiaiy^under the Chas. S. Ross Fund providing $1500 death benefit to, 
beneficiary of agents ktllod In the llne^of duty, other. than travel accidents. 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address^ 



Name^(cpntingent beneficiary, if desired; use giveii first name if female) 



Relationships 



Address 



J. Ei'.f i::.%.^r, C.-cCtor 



Very truly yours, 



\r^*'-ti'^€<rJ^ 




£r XV^g>>tii^<t.,e_ 



Special Agent 



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June 16, 1965 



PBRSdNAL 




Mr. Donald E\h%oore 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, iD. C. 



Dear Moore: 

You are to be commended for your supe- 
rior services in the supervision of the Bureau*s 
work relative to the crisis in the Dominican Republic 



The resourceful, aggressive and thorough 
fashion In which you discharged your duties during this 
matter, which was extremely sensitive in nature and 
of vital importance to the entire Nation, was of the 
highest caliber and Indicative of your awareness of the 
Bureau*s responsibilities In this field. The work done 
In this Instance Is a credit to you, as well as to the 
FBI, and I do not want the occasion to pass without -,^ 
espressli^ my sincere appreciation for your expert 
leadership. 

Sincerely, 

3i Edgar Hoover ... 

- Mr. Sullivan (Personal Attentlon)cl53 



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Casper .. 
Callahan , 
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.67-191804 

Based on memo Wannall to Sullivan '6/4/65 and afddendum Administrative 
Division- 6/9/65 re : "Recommendation for Incentive Awards and Commenda- 
Nationalities Intell^ence Section, polnestic Intell^ence Division. " 




(^XEj^alutatibn per file 

MAIL ROOM cm TELETYPE UNItI^ 



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June 22, 1965 



Mr. Donald E.(]^oore 
505 Crown View Drive 
Alexandria, Virginia 



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Dear Moore: 

I am sorry that you have not been 
feeling well and trust you are more comfortable 
now. 





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Casper ^ 
Callol^arts. 
Conrad «» 



It is Hoped the tests will pinpoint the 
difficulty so that treatment to restore your good 
health can begin. Meanwhile, please do not worry 
about the office. 






Sincerely^ 

J. Edgar Hoover 



WE^£ 

(5) 

1 - Mr; Sullivan (Personal Attention) 

1 - Mrs. Foley 



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NOTE: Inspector Moore c^was at the^office Friday and Saturday of last week 
although he was experiencing a sharp headache and chest and stomach pains. 
He was on sick leave Monday ^ivhen the §tomach and chest pains ^persisted and 
was admitted to the hospital Monday night foi? tests. It is understood the pos-. 
sibility of kidney stones has been eliminated. Just when the tests will coiicludj 
and Inspector Moore will return to worfcls not known. 

L'3 

Address-pbtained from Information. 



Goady JLU T * *' ■ ^'^ MAIB^ROCm^L I TELETYPE UNIT I I 




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OrilONAl fOKM NOt'lO 
MAY If 43 eOUION 
C$A CfN, fttO. NO. 27 



'5010-104 



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FROM 



SUBJECT: 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

MRi A'. ». BELMONT 



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MR; Wf. C". SULLIVA 



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DATE:, ^ 



Jime 23, 1965 




INSPECTOR DONALD Ej^MOORE 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 






cc *Mr. Belmont 
Mr« Sullivan 
Administrative 
Division 



Tele- Boom, 
Holmes ,« — 
Gondy 




On yesterday's date, Mrs. Moore advised of the admit v«,i*v^ . 
of inspector Moore to the New Alexandria Hospital. Mrs. Moore ex- ^^ 
plained that commencing the eyehing of 6-2pr-65, her Husband had ex-^ jAV . . 
perienced considerable stomach and back pains for which he consulted \t^^j2^^ 
a physician on 6-21 and it v/as* thereafter decided to admit Mr. Moore /i^ofl (J 
to the hospital; for diagnosis and treatment* "^V^ 

On the evening, of 6-22, Mrs. Moore explained that her husr 
band appeared, to be improved in that he was not experiencing! the same 
intense pain that he had at the time of his admittance to the hospital. 
Nevertheless, Mrs. Moore stated that the doctor has not .yet diagnosed 
the condition. „ - 

ACTION 

We will follow this situation with Mrs. Moore and keep. you 
advised: of developments. 



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ADDENDUM (6/23/65) , SBDicsh r 

Mrs. Moore subsequently advised, on 6/23/65, that 
inspectbV Moore Is illness had. been diagnosed as an 
intestinal infection. A letter" has already been sent 
to Inspector ModSe' by the Bureau, 





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FD-277 (Rev, 3-6-63) 



omoNAi roKM NO. 10 

MAY iUl COITION 
OU CCN. Rf 0. NO. 27 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 







TO 



Director, FBI 



DATE: 



July 8, 1965 



FROM : gjjjai:, W. C. SULLIVAN 



SUBJECT;. INSPECTOR DONALD EtyMOOBE 
HEALTH MATTER 




Attention; Personnel ^Section 



□ Remylet 6-23-65 

□ ReBulet __ 




rn Re physical examination 

rn Dental^ work was completed on 
r~1 Vision has been corrected to ^ 

-by 



Employee specifically instructed 
that he can operate a Bureau car 



(date) (name of person giving instruction) 

only when wearing the necessary glasses. 
I I Results of □ chest X ray Q patch test Q urinalysis Q serology were negative. 

n Enclosed physician's statement indicates he is qualified for strenuous physical exertion and use of firearms, 
I i Enclosed are Q paid □ unpaid medical bills. 
□ Attached are Bureau of Employees* Compensation forms ; i 



I i Physical examination reports are enclosed. 

I i Employee is scheduled for physical examination on __ 

n Physical examination report has been reviewed-^andanitialed. 

pn Employee returned to active duty ^ /**D-»oO . 

I I Employee's physical condition is Sfl 1: i g-Panf-.Q-ry 



I I UACB he is being removed from limited duty, 

n UACB he is being placed oh limited duty. ■ " ' ' 

Remarks: -^ ^''^"'^^'^ \^ S ^. 



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67-NOT RECOprvPl'^r^* 

4 JUL 19 1965 



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Statidar<l.Forta 88 

(RcV.Junc 1956) 

Bureau of the Budget 

Circular A-32 (Rev.) 



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REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION 




LAST NAME—FIRST NAM^—MIDOU NAME 



imber 



eArii 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



:z4 



?f^>y/^ 



4. HOME ADDRESS (Nufnber, ttutt or RFI>, city or town, imeAnd State) 



/^S(///^^y/. C^ ■ " \V-''/(^s.J;:ir 



7. SEX 



m 



8. RACE 



9. TOTAL'^ YEARS GOVERNMENT 5ERVICE 



10/ AGENCY 



11. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



MILITARY 



CIVIUAN 



12. DATE OF BIRTH 



y-M-/^ 



13. PUCE OF BIRTH' 



/<ry/t^5tys" 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



15. EXAMIjHIKG FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (TrfoZ) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



NOR- I {Check each item in appropriate col* 
"AL umnj enter **NE*' if not evaluttted,) 



18. HEAD. FACE, NECK. AND. SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



S -1 



21, MOUTH AND THROAT 



22, 



FARQ-J-ftPNCOil' ^'*'*' * t't.cAnaUy (Auditor]/ 



23, DRUMS (PerfoTation) 



24. 



rvccrrNcoif {Vttval a<u%tv and refraction 



25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (EQuclUjf and rtadhn) 



27. 



OCULAR MOTILITY l^ar;?if>;Si^'^ """' 



28. LUNGS AND CHEST (Includf brea$tt) 



29. HEART (Thru$t, the, rhvthm, tounds) 



30. VASCUUR SYSTEM (Varkotitieh etc) 



31. ABDpMEN AN^D \lSCtnK*(Include hernia) ^, 



32. ANUS AND RECTUM \^:rj:i'lf\'J.*i^}fS ' 



33. ENDOpRINE §rSTEMfeSi ~ f*** f >' 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35. UPPER EXTREMITIES i^.V"//*" """ ''^ 



fi»n) 



36, FEET 



37; 



LOW EREXTREMITIES (str^lgtkfra n g» ofmolwn ) 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC (e^uilttfriun ttttt undtr ittm ?t) 



42. PSYCHIATRIC ISptcifyanyjttrttnalitvdttiatUny 



43.- PELVIC (Fem<ile4 only) {Check how done) ' 
_ _ . O VAGINAL Q RECTAL 



ABNOR- 
MAL 



NOTES. (Describe ^y^ry abnormality in detail.^ Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment. Continue in item.73 and u»e additional sheet$ if necessary.) 



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Searchcd^^ — . ^_ Numbered, 

REC-132 1/ 4 AUG 25 19 




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(^^^ _jZ*^^ecT-ei:> -J::>s^/?cc<>tcs 



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Ks-r 



{Continue in item 73) 



44r 



44. DENTAL iPlcee appropriate symbols above or bdoto number *>f upper and loteer teetht res'pectlulf.) 



o^RestaralUe teeth 
("JC^nri^torable teeth 

R 
I 1 



^ X^ Mifsing teeth 
XXX—Replaced by dentures 



10 



H 32 31' 
T 



30 -29- 28, ' 27 26 25 



X 

11 



($X8) ~Fiied bridge^ braekeU to 
include abutments 



12 13 14 15 



X L . 

16,. E 



24 23 22 21 20 19 . 18 



V 



17 r 

T 



REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL 
DEFECTS AND DISEASES 






UIORATOKY FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS;; /A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY' ^, Q ^ Q 



B. ALBUMIN 



C. SUGAR 



\, /l^jO^lV 



D, MICROSCOPIC 



46; CHEST X-RAY (P/o«, date, JUm number and result) 



y ^^ RO?^- ^ 5" ifl^,rur.^ 



47, SEROLOGY (Specify test used and resyit) 



at. EK6 



Wa/jl. 



49.'^StOdD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



50. OTHER TESTS 



f^,4 AUe27Mll 



«9 



fiW ^>^ 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51. HEIGHT 



:7i" 



52. WEIGHT 



53. COLOR HAIR 



MVy 



54. COLOR EYES 



55. BUILD: 

DsLDiOER, D MEDIUM D HEAVY D OBESE 



». TEMPERATURE 



57. 



BLOOD PRESSURE (Arm at heart latJ) 



-^m^ 



58. 



PULSE (Arm at keart Utkt) 



A. 
SITTING 



DIAS.^ ^ 



RECUM- 
BENT 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



C. 

STANDING 
<5 mtn.) 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



A. SITTING 



B. AFTER EXERCISE 



C« 2 MIH, AFTER 



D. RECUMBENT 



E. AFTER STANDING 
3MIN. 



59. 



DISTANT VISION 



eo. 



REFRACTION 



61. , NEARViSfONI 






RIGHT 20/ ^0 CORR.TO20/ QL^ 



BY 



OX 



BY 



<AJ>^'V4<^ «>««-T0(vJtN-y4^ BY 



"^20/ ^^ CORR.TO20/ Q^ Q BY 

€2, HETEROPHORIA (SptCifV dUtanu) 



OX 



ES' 



EX* 



R.H. 



LH. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC 



PD 



63. 



ACCOMMODATION 



RIGHT 



LEFT 



64. COLOR VISION {Tat uttd and retult) 



^^/ 



liL 



65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
iTett uttd and $cwe) 



UNCORRECTED 



CORRECTED 



66. HELD OF VISION 



67. NIGHT VISION (Tat u$ed and $cort) 



66. RED LENS TEST 



69. INTRAOCUUR TENSION 



70. 



HEARING 



71. 



AUDIOMETER 



RIGHTWv\*^ 
LEFTWV 



/1 5 SV \^ 
/IS SV ^^ * 



/15 
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RIGHT 



LEFT 



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SCO 

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1000 

ton 



2000 



3000 

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iOOO 

^099 






eooo 

9tU 



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72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
{Ttdtutedand ttote) 



73. NOTES (Cbn/in«<d) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 









< cr<« additional thetti if tucettarf) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (Litt diagno4a wilh item numbtr$) 



Q) ^^CccW,. ^Uc*^3 c^c-1- - 0.-Kr-v^cApJ-- «w^^^/<::^ 



75. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Spccifv) 




76. 



A. PHYSICAL PROFILE 



QUALIFIED FOR 
B. D IS NOT QUAUFIED FOR 



B, PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



78. IF NOT QUAUFIED, UST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



79. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



SIGNATURE 



02i..^J?^ 9u.>jL- i^r^^ 



SIGNATURE 



81. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN {IndicaU tcACcA) 



SIGNATURE 



-.^^Ij^y 



f 



82. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



SIGNATURE 



NUMBER^ AT- ti'^ 
TACHED SHEETS r" 






Staiiaard Form 89 

,- *i4K6v. A«g. IS150) 

*ClKCjaA* A-32 "^ 



THIS INFO, 



© J A 

QllEPORT OF MEDiCiiiL HISToQ ^^ 
ION IS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY AND WiLl .rfoT BE RELEASED TOTflfAU 



UTHORtZED PERSONS 




(^iTYaST name— FIRS?t NAME^J^IODLE NAME 



iEQ 6 tf iC 



/ 



2.JpRA0£ AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



0; 



4. HOME ADDRESS (N^itnber, streit orRFJ), city or ttmn^ zone and StaU) 



URPOSEOF EXAMINATION 



)ATe or EXAMINATION 



rfSxx ' j(?^' 



AA 



(9 



^-//'/^ 






9, TOTAU YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



.10. AGENCY 



MILITARY 






CIVILIAN 



t1. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



DATE OF BIRTH 



LACE OF BIRTH 



14. NAME. REUTIONSHIP, AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



^ M7J3TATEM ENT OF^EXAMI N EE'S PRESENT H EALTH tN^ OWN WORDS^ (fW^ hy descrij^ion of past Mftorjf, if complaint cxUtt) 



^/AMIUY HISTORY ^ , ^ 


9 - * 


* 


(19? )^AS ANY BLOOD REUTION (Parent, brother, sister, other) 

VJ/OR HUSBAND OR WIFP^ 


RELATION 


AGE 


STATE OF HEALTH \ 


IF OE^D, CAUSE OF DEATH 


AQEAT 
DEATH 


YES 


■ NO 


iCheck each itern) 


RELATION (S) 


FATHER 




dj^Ci^/^S^/J 


yi^//^^/^^ /^/f£Lra^/ s 


^S 


" 


^ 


HAD TUBERCUtOSIS 




MOTHER 










r--^^"-^ 


^"^ 


HAD SYPHIUS 




spouse" 


Wc 


^ c^^c^ /i 






"^ 




HAD DIABETES 


/F^^ ITA/^^ 




5'/ 


J^A^/^^ C^0£f 


- "^ ~ _ — 


- 




•- 


HAD CANCER 




BROTHERS 


^J 


^c^cji 


~ " ~" 


~ 




^ 


HAD KIDNEy TROUBLE 


' 


AND 


" 




— 


, 


t^ 




HAD HEART TROUBLE 


/^r-^-tfytrV S^^.s^iS 


SISTERS 




" ~ 






" 


-^ 


HAD STOMACH TROUBLC 








; ' 






^ 


~ 


HAD RHEUMATISM ^v4riArifw> 


/=/^iru^y^ 


CHILDREN 


^o 


^OfiD 


~ 






iX 


HAb ASTHMA, HAY FEVER, 
HIVES 




~ 


/,/ 


^e 








l^ 


HAD EPILEPSY (Fttsf 


" 




/o 


.___. 


' 






C^ 


COMMITTED SUICIDE ~ 






r 


i\ 








i/ 


BEEN INSANE 





^ I ^ i '* \ 

P&.)have YOU EVER HAD OR HAv'^^ou NOW (PUct check ct Uft of eacH Item) 



YES NO 



(Chec/c each item) 



its NO 



iCheck each ttetxi) 



{Check each item) 



YES NO 



{Check each item) 



SCARLET FEVER, ERYSIPELAS 



^"goiteh 



~\ 



TUMOR. GROWTH. CYST, CANCER 



^ "'TRICK'' OR LOCKED KNEE 



y 



DIPHTHERIA 



y TUBERCULOSIS 



^ '^-RUPTURE 



^ 'FOOT TROUBLE 



♦/RHEUMATIC FEVER 



>' 



SOAKING SWEATS 

(Night sweats) 



^APPENDICITIS 



X 



NEURITIS 



^ ^SWOLLEri OR PAINFUL JOINTS 



; ASTHMA 



y.' 



PILES OR RECTAU DISEASE 



•^ 



PARALYSIS </n«, infantile) 



X 



mUmps 



^ ^SHORTNESS OF BREATH 



^ 



7^ 



FREQUENT OR TAINFUL URINATION 



4/' EPILEPSY ORvFITS, 



y 



V/HOOPING COUGH 



PAIN OR PRESSURE IN CHEST 



KIDNEY STONE OR BLOOD IN URINE 



CAR, TRAIN, SEA, OR AIR SICKNESS 



>^fREQ 



UENT OR SEVERE HEADACHE 



«^ CHRONIC COUGH 



i/ SUGAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 



<^ FREQUENT TROUBLE SUEPING 



/^DIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELtS 



• 'PAtPITATlON.OR POUNDING HEART 



i^' BOILS 



*< 'FREQUENT OR TERftlFYtNO MGHTMARES 



iX 



EYE TROUBLE 



t^'HIGH OR LpW BLOOD PRESSURE 



^;' VENEREAL DISEASE 



DEPRESSION OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 



/' 



EAR. NOSE OR THROAT TROUBLE 



CRAMPS IN YOUR LEGS 



♦/'^RECENT GAIN OR LOSS OF WEIGHT 



iX^tOSS OF MEMORY OR ^MnESIA 



^ 



RUNNING EARS 



^-^ ^Frequent indigestion 



^ ^ARTHRITIS OR RHEUMATISM 



^^BED WETTING 



y 



CHRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 



r STOMACH, LIVER OR IffTESTlNAb TROUBLE 



y^ BONE. JOINT. OR OTHER DEFORMITY 



^ NERVOUS TROUBLE OF ANY SORT 



TH 



SEVERE TOOTH OR GUM TROUBLE 



*/^ GALL BLAOOeR TROOBUE OR 6ALt STONES 



umeness 



4/ ANY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 



y 



sinusitis 



t^ 'jaundice 



i */ ""loss of arm. LEG, FINGER. OR TOE, 



^'''EXCESSIVeiDRINKING HABIT 



•/ PAIN 



l^n 



^' 



HAY FEVER 



— ^/ANY REACTION TO SERUM. DRUG OR 
t/ M£I 



MEDICINE 



PAlNfUt OR "TRICK" SHOULDER OR ELBOW 



HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 




V£ YOU EVER {Check each item) 



22. FEMALES ONLY: A, HAVE YOU EVER-^ 



B. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING i 



WORN GLASSES 



y ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 



BEEN PKEGNANT 



AGE AT ONSET OF MENSTRUATION 



WORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 



:?i 



BEEN A SLEEP WALKER 



HAD A VAGINAL DISCHARGE 



INTERVAL BETWEEN PERIODS 



WORN HEARING AIDS 



y) 



UVEO WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
TUBERCULOSIS 



BEEN TREATED FOR A FEMALE DISORDER 



DURATION OF PERIODS 



STifTTERED OR STAMMERED 



; */ COUGHED UP BLOOD 



HAD PAiNFUL MENSTRUATION 



WORN A BRACE OR BACK SUPPORT 



Pf! 



BLEO EXCESSIVELY AFTER INJURY OR 
TOOTH EXTRACTION 



HAD IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION 



DATE OF LAST PERIOD 
QUANTITYr Q '*»M*V^ D KCtSSiVt D^J^TY 



23. HOW MANY JOBS HAVE YOU HAD IN THE 
PASTTHREE YEARS? 



24, WHAT iS THE LONGEST PERIOD VOU 
HELD ANY OF THESE JOBS? 
MONTHS 



25. WHAT IS YOUR USUAL OCCUPATION? 



I 26. ARE YOU <Chec* one) 

Q RWHt KANOCO D UTf HANOtD 



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YES 



NO 



CHtCK EACH ITEW YES OR NO. EVERY ITEM CHECKED >'YES/^ MUST BE FULLY EXPUINEO IN BlAUi< SPACE ON RIGHT 



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'27, HAVE YOU BEEN UNABLE TO KOLt> A JOB BECAUSE OF: 
A, SENSITIVITYTOCHEMICALS.DUSr.SUNLIGHT,ETC. 



ZP 



B. INABIUTY TO ^RFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 



C; INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 



a OTHER ME0ICALREASONS(//yes, rfiVe reasons) 



^'^' 



>8. HAVE Yoa»EVER WORKED WITH RADIOACTIVE SUB- 
STANCE! 



29. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH SCHOOL STUDIES 
ORT£ACHERSr (//ye», £iVe </efd/7s> 



30, HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE 
OF YOUR HEALTH! iUyes, state reason and give 
det&ilsi) 



cy 



31. HAVeYOU EVER BEEN DENIED LIFE-INSURANCE? 
iltyes, state reason and giv& details) 



32. RAVE YOU HAD. Oft UM^ YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
' ANY OPERATIONS? X^/, yes, describe and itve 
aie at which occurredy 



33, HAVE YOU EyEftBEEN A PATIENT (commtttedor 
volan tary) I H A M ENTAL WOSplTAL OR SANATOR' 
IUM7 {If yes, specify when, where, why, and 
name of doctor^ and complete address' of 
hospital or clinic) > 



34. HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY' (LO^ESS OR INJUftY OTHER 
THAN THOSE ALREADY NOTED? (If yes, specify 
wh en, where, and ^ iVe de ta ils) 



35. HAVE YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLINICS. 
PHYSICIANS. HEALERS. OR OTHER PRACTITIONERS 
WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARS? (If yes, give com- 
plete address of doctor, hospital; clinic^ 
arid details) 



X~ 



36,_HAVE YOUTREATED YOURSELF FOR ILLNESSES OTHER 
THAN MINOR COLDS? (If yes, which illnesses) 



(y 



37. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PH/SICAU >1ENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONSi (If yeSf give date and reason for 
rejection) 



33. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE or PHYSICAL MENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONS? (If yes, give, date, reasort, and 
type- of discharge; yvhether honorable, 
other than hoxiorable, for unfitness or un^. 
suitability)^ 



HAVE YOlT EVER RECEIVED, IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 
YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 
PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DlSABIL- 
ITVit (If yes, specify whatkind, granted by 
wbomf and what amount, when, why)" 











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I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE REVIEWED THE FOREGOING INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY ME AND THAT IT IS TRUE AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE. 
I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS. HOSPITALS. OR CLINICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPLETE IfRANSCRIPT OF MY MEDICAL RECORD FOR PURPOSES 
OF PROCESSING MY APPLICATION FOR THIS- EMPLOYMENT OR SERVICE. 




RlPRirfTEO-NAME OF EXAMINEE 



M 



o o f$ £ 



SIGNATJIRE l\ ^ 



40. PHYSICIAN S SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF' ALL PERTINENT DATA (Physician shall (ommtnt on ell posUice anstcers in items £0 thru S9), 



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TYPEP^OR PfimTED NAME*OF PHYSICIAN'pR*EXAMI,rj£B JDATE- • - SIGNATURE ' .' *ll 



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U.<f. GOVERNMErJlPRINTING OFtttl: : |- 

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^Fb.300 (Rev. 10-10-62) ' VJ . \J 

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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidahce^of Medical Examiner 

Name of Examinee /T) /)/) /f^./^, iZI^/t/r^/r/ ^ , 

(Type or print) ' "Last FMst Middle 

The following portions of the attached e^camination report form need not be completed: 

- 2 14 68 

3 17 ^ 69 

4 62 72 
9 65 76 

11 67 

46. Is necessa**y unless facilities tor affording same are not readily available. 

48. Not required unless .examinee is over .35 years of age ot',exdmination indicates such is 
desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless, facilities for affording same are not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent 
applicants and Special Agents. .Applicants: for- the Special Agent positipn will not be 
accepted if the, hearing loss exceeds a^lS decibel average in either* ear in the conver- 
sational speech range (500, 1000,, 2000 cycles). 



For All Examinees, WhetherClerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 
The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee^^EHis- iZjis not qualified for strenuous physical exertion. 



To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive 
tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 



taciip 

[ZIn< 



No CD Yes If "yes" please specify defects. 



2. Do/s examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles?. 
No CZl Yes If "yes" please specify defects. = -^ 



3. For safe driving of ^motpr vehicles. Civil Service Commission requires distant vision must 
test at least^20/40 in^one eye^giid 20/100 in the.other, , corrected or uricoifected. Should 
examinee wear corrective glasses while operating a motor vehicle? Ores DNo 
If recommendation is based oma factor other^than above Standard, indicate basis 



■^<S*'2- 7 -/p T,^ ''-/ '.^ w_ 



' 


Desirable Weight 


' Ranges for' Males 






, Height , 


..Small Fr,am>*. / ,. 


. 'Medium Frame 


Large Frame, 


5"4" - - •; 


• 117 - 125 


123'- 135- 


. .131 - 1-48' 


5' 5" . , 


■ 120 - 129 , . 


'.i26-..l39' ~. 


; 134 - 152 




5' 6" . 


124.- 133, 


130 - 143 


: \ .. 138 - 157 . 


5' 7" 


128 - 137 


134 - 148 , . 


143 - 162 


5'8"\ 


132.-,14i; 


138- 152 . . . 


147 - 166 




5' 9".- •: 


, 136- 146 


142 r 156 ^ • 


: '151-170! ,: 




5';i0"^ • , 


:140-.:150. 


146 -,161 , . ■ 


i . . 155 - 175 - ' .. 


5"11" . 


144 - 154; 


. 150-166 


160'- .iSO' 


6' 


148 - 158 


-4 

154-171 , ' 


, ,164.- 185 


6'1" . , 


,152 - 163 . 


.158i-176 


.. . 169-190 


6'. 2" 


156-;167- 


163-181 


174. r, 195- .. 




6'3": 


•160 - i;74'. - ' 


168 '-■186 . , . 


. 178-200 , , 


- 


e'^" 


; 169- -180 , - ■' 


. 178 - 196 


188 -,21b 




. .6'5" 


174 - 185 


182.t202 - 


192 - 216 



4. Examinee's frame is L-J small 



medium 




arge 



.5. Considering above weight table , the exqminee^s frame rdnd' othe^ individuahpKysical characteristics, 
I consider his present weight Unsatisfactory CZlExcessive □ Deficient 



6. Under proper medical supervision, examinee should I — I lose 

EH gain 



^ pounds 
_ pounds 



Remarks: 



(Signature ,of Medicaid Examiner) 



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(Date) 



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OfTIONAl fORM NO^ 10 
MAY It63 fOITIOH 
CSA CtH. t{G^ NO^ 37 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT; 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum ^. ^ 

MR. W. C. SULLIVAN l^r date-.. October 29, 1965 




MR. D. E. MOORE 




cc Mr. Sullivan 
Administrative 
Division 



INSPECTOR DONALD E.QlOORE al^^'^^- 0(^yi> '^f=^/' 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION .*^'A I J^ f^ b 



Casper 

CqUahart 
Conrad ■^..».- 

Gale ._^_.^. ■_ 
Hosen -^-^ij- 

SuUivan ^-p 
Tqvel 

TroUet ,^ — ^ 
Tele, Rooe* 
Holmeso^--. 
Gandy , im..i. 



(JURY DUTY SUMMONS) 






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This is to advise that I have received 'a summons for ser- 
vice as a juror and am to appear on the morning of 11-4-65 in Circuit 
Courty Alexandria, Virginia. I will appear as directed. 



ACTION 



For record purposes 



DEMitd (3) 






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4 HOV 8195 



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FORM '3.842 (9.|4.'«4) APPROVED COMP, 

CEN.U.S.4.8.e8'lNUEUOF 

SFIt20 



FEDERAL IIIIIIEIIU OF 




NAME: LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE 






SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



llk't^rdM 



NOTIFICATION OF BASIC CHANGE 



CODE - NATURE OF ACTION. 

892 - QUALITY INCREASE 

893 - WITHIN GRADE INCREASE 
894 -PAY ADJUSTMENT 



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896 - ADMIN. PAY INCREASE 
897 -ADMIN. PAY DECREASE 
OTHER (SPECIFY IN REMARKS] 



EFFECTIVE DATE 



l^/]9/6b 



DATE OF LAST EQUIV. (NCR. 



12/22/63 



GRADE OR LEVEL 



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STEP OR RATE 



SThi' 



OLD SALARY 



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NEW SALARY 



$2ki2b.OO 



DATA ON UNPAID ABSENCE 



PERIODlS) 



TOTAL EXCESS 



IN PAY STATUS AT END OF WAITING PERIOD 



Yt!) 



INITIALS 




I X I EMPLOYEE'S WORK IS OF AN ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF COMPETENCE. 
I I EMPLOYEE'S PERFORMANCE RATING IS SATISFACTORY OR BETTER. 



REMARKS! 



"SSf 






I2/1U/6S 



JOHN EDGAR HOOVER 
DIRECTOR 





rD-253 (Rev.- 5-27-64) 




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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUllEAU OF.^INVESTIGATION 



In Repfyf Please Refer to. ^ . ' 

^ FOeNo/ . "' 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, b.-C. 2053S 

Dear sir: 

For Inclusion In the fund to be j>ald to the designated beneficiary of any Speclfal Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to this fund and who die s^ from any cause except self-destruction while employed as: a.SpeVlal Agent, I am for- 
wardlhg^^iHerewlth (by. Check - Money\Order)^ the sum. of $10, payalDle to S.A.I.F., to be included in sc(i<l fund. Payment wiU be 
made for .death by -^seU-de strictlon «fter the^Agen't has been a member of the fund for a continuoCts period of two years. It Is 
understood- and agreed that the sum tendered herewith Is'-a voluntary, gratuitous -contribution to said fund which I understand 
is to bo, administered in the following-manner. ^ 

The, Director of the FBI will appoint a committee which shah consider air mgtters. pertaining to theracgulsitlbn, safe 
keeping and?expendlng of said fund, ^wHfch committee will recommend appropriate action' to the Director in pertinent matters. 
The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive- all contributions and accbunffor same to the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who Is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider the case 
and submit a recommendation to- the Director as 'to its ponclusfons. Appropriate instructions wlU then be issued>to the Assist- 
ant-Director of the Administrative Division, directing him to pay* to the designated beneficiary the sum of^$ 10^,000. The liability 
of the furid= shall not under any, circumstances^exceed the amount, of monies, In the fund at the tlme'any ilablllty shoU occur. 

EXECUTE m DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 



Official Bureau Name (please type or print) 

SA DONALD E, MOORE 



Date 

12-8-65 



Office of Assignment <or SOG Division) 

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE 



The following person is designated as my beneficieury for Special Agents Insurance Fund: 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 

DORIS JEAN MOflRR. - - ■ • 



Address 



Relationship 

^ W TF T; 



505 Crown View Drive, Alexandria. Virginia .^22314 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given' first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Do yoii deSire todesignate the'above-Usted beneficiaries as,the beneficiary and, contingent beneficiary respectively of the 
Chas. S. Ross Fund as well? K3 Yes O No If not/the entire following portion must be executed. 

The following person is desig^iated as my beneficiary under the Chas. S, Ross Fimd providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the line of duty,-othor than trdvel-accldents* 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 


Relationship 


Address 


Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given^ first name if female) 


Relationship 


Address " .... -, . 




fajment Received . 
famenls Insurance Fund 

DEC 10 1965 
XE(Jgar.Hodver,ttTertor 



Very truly yours. 




Special Agent 



S-ec^ 



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January 31, 1966. 



J 



Mr. Donald E. Moore 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington) D. C. _. 



Dear Mr, Moore,: _ 

It is a pleasure to commend you for the 
outstanding attitude you exhibited in r.eporting fpi; duty 
today despite extre.mely hazardous trsivel conditions. . 

You demonstrated a sincere devotion to 
.duty in, considering .your ser-viCes so esseiitial that in - 
spite ojf an ajnnouncement that all Federai .Government 
agencies would be closed you reported for duty./ I do- 
npt want the opportunity to pass without advising youofi 
my appreciation and that I have instructed ihat a 'qoj^y 
of this letter be placed in your personnel file. 

Sihcel-ely yours, 




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67-NGT RECOH 




FD-281a (Rev. 8-ll«64) 



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RECEIPT FOR GGVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU'OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



Date 



iluki 



I certify that I have (X] received Q returned -the following Government property for official use: 

Two Keys to FBI Space, 9tli&D.J. W. 



jl Elevator Key and 1 Door Key) // 
One key to front door, 9th & D Building, / 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible tor taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 

DO N0rMA?K:0r|RITE,:0N;;ir;0WUT LAXE. IT 







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(Signature) 



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Very truly y 




(Typed ntir^Mr. Donald E. Jo'ore 



OfnOHAl rOKM NO. 10 
MAY 1»43 (OniON 
0»A CCN, fttO. NO. 37 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 




DATE: 2-'8-66 



FROM :Mr. Callahan 



SUBJECT:D0NALD e{jM[OORE 

Inspector (Espionage-Research Branch) 
Domestic Intelligence Division 
SERVICE AWARD LETTER 
25th Anniversary 3-10-66 



DeLoQciT 

Mohr 

Wlcfc 



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Uahcn 

oniad 



Gale- 
JRoser^ 




Gandy 



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Mr. Donald E. Moore, Inspector (Espionage-Research 
Branch^in the Domestic Intelligence Division, celebrates his 25th Anni- 
versar^pf service with the Bureau on 3-10-66. He is presently in 
Grade GS-17, $25, 325, and was rated Outstandirig on last performance 
report. 

The Director may desire to present Mr. Moore^s letter 
and Key personally. A suggested letter is attached.. 






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Enclosure ' :*- 



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J, 1 -{Miss Holmes (Sfeht Direct) 
V 1 - Mr. Sullivan (Sent Direct)' 
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FD-281a (Rev, 7-9-62) 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

February 4, 1966 



" I certify that I baveBBTO the {oIlowing»Governraent property for official use: 

returned 

One key to the 6th floor of the Riddell Building'. 




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READ 



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The Government property which you hereby ackno\^ledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 



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Very truly yours, 



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(Signature) 
(Typed name). 




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subject of this case on the Security Index. 

. His overtime performance is satisfactory. 

By letter dated 3-10-61 he received the Bureau's Twenty- Year 
Service Award Key. 

On 4-6-64 a summary of Mr. Moore's record was prepared for the 
Director's use and his CENSURE of 12-13-63 for his derelictions in 
connection with the Lee Harvey Oswald case was brought out. In this 
connection the Director noted: "Any more such derelictions by Moore 
will result in his removal from Seat of Govt to the Field." 




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March 10, 1966 
PERSONAL 



Tolson 

OeUoach 

Mohf i . 

Caspe( 

CaUahan 

Con fad! 

Fell 

Gale 

Hosen _ 

5ul Kvan 

Tavel 

Trotter ^ 

Wick 

Tele. Room 

jollifies 

tGandy 



Mr. Donald ElvMoore 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, D. C. 

Bear Moore: 

today you are entitled to assume your place among 
those -who have completed twenty-five years of service in the FBL 
I consider it a real privilege to welcome you to membership in 
this distinctive group and to present,^ bii behalf of the Bureau, 
your "Twenty-five-Year Service Award Key. 

Throughout this period of service you have witnessed 
the steady growth of our organization of which you are an impor- 
tant member. You have demonstrated a keen interest in the con- 
tinued progress of the Bureau—aa interest made greater by your 
selfless determination to do a superior job. Your devotion to duty 
and sincere concern for your associates have characterized your 
performance and liave made a profound impression on those with 
whom you have worked. It is this spirit of teamwork that has^con- 
tributed to our success. 



I am very grateful for the assistance you hagg 
all of us during your years of loyal service. 



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With best wishes and kindest regards. 
Sincerely, 






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r„ , flDGAR HOOVER 



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1 - Miss Holmes ^eht Direct) 
Um^^ t ^-^(5) 67-191804 




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illLEivi^gggl j^^^. salutation per file. 




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FD-185 {Rev. 8-16-63) 







FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee: , DONALD EA )MOORE 



Where Assigned: 



DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE 



(Division) 



Official Position Title and Grade; 



INSPECTOR 



FRONT OFFICE 



(Section, Unit) 



Rating Period: from 



APRIL 1, 1965 



to 



MARCH 31, 1966 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 



OUTSTANDING 



Employee's 
Initials 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactojy 




Assistant Director 4/1/66 



Title 

Assistant to 
the DLvector 



Date 



Rating Approved by: 



Signature Title 



4/1/66 



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Smnature 



Title 



Date 

4/1/66 

Date 



TYPE OF REPORT 



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Seard'f 



jQ Official 
g3 Annual 



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H^lt% AdminttraAv''^ 14 1366 

g^-60-Da y - -- — ^ 

n 90-Day 

I i Transfer 

□ Separation from Service 

rn Special 



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DONALD E. .MOpRE 
INSPECTOR. ./ .-'^ 
IbOMESTie JNTELLiGENGE DIVKIIO]^ ^ 



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For the period April i, 1965, to March 31, 1966^ 
?a/&*x Moore has cdntlhuetd to dlschaj?ge his responsiblllt^^^ as 
the faspector iii charge of the Espionage;- Research Br^ch 
of the Domestic Litelllgence Division in ^decidedly Superior 
manner which merits the rating of Outstandhig^ 

Mr* Moore priesehts. a i Ine :persbnal appearance 
and has been most, effective in his many contacts with Bureau, 
officials and his assbcl^es at all levels. He has the, ablil|^ to 
work extremely well under pressure and has consistently dlsr 
played.profbimd ju^meh^ aiid Ingenuity, Through his extensive 
knowledge of security^ Intelligence' and espionage matters, 
which he astutely applies on a- dally basis,, he has .made most 
substantial cbntrlbutlons^ to the success enjoyed by the Bureau 
during the past year. 

A tireless and dedicated worker, Mr. Moore 
constantly endeavors, to develop ways and means wh^^ 
his section may more expeditiously handle its work and he 
Is ever alert to^protect the Burea^^^ He, 

approaches. fils assignments aggressiyeiy and. positively 
and his. understanding of the.actlvlties of his section is 
unequalled. 

Mr., Moore possesses all the xequls^ltes for an ; 
outstanding administrator. He is a distinct credit to the FBI 
and through his superb performance, during the rating period 
ha^ earned the rating of Outstanding. 



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Name: DONALD E^MOORE 

EOD: 3/10/4i 

Veteran: No 

Reserve Status: N^A. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. 




Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage-Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Div 

Grade: GS-IT, $25,325 

Not on probation 

Not on limited duty 



LIVAN: 



Mr. k Moore has served in his 
present position as Inspector 
in Charge of the Espionage- 
Research Branch of the Domestic Intelligence Division continuously 
since the last inspection. His extremely well-rounded background 
in both field office and Seat of Government administration is of 
invaluable assistance in this assignment. Also, the fact that he 
may be considered a specialist in the field of espionage and in- 
telligence enables him to fulfill his responsibilities and duties 
in an excellent manner. He is most knowledgeable relative to all 
Bureau policy and procedures, and is enthusiastic about his work. 
OA^his annual performance rating of March 31, 1965, he was rated 
dutstianding. 

Mr. Moore presents an excellent personal appearance, 
is well poised, mature, and highly respected by his associates. 
He is within desirable weight limits. 

By letter dated June 16, 1965, the Director commended 
Mr. Moore for the resourceful, aggressive, and thorough fashion 
inNvhich he supervised the Bureau's work relative to an extremely 
delicate international situation. By letter dated January 31, 1966, 
the Director again commended him, on this occasion for his outstanding 
attitude in connection with reporting to work despite extremely 
hazardous travel conditions. On March 10, 1966, the Director 
presented him with his 25-year service award. , * 



bilities. 



Mr. Moore is capable *of assuming additional responsi- 
He is interested in^ and available for advancement. 



Rating: Excellent 



HARRY J. MORGAN, INSPECTION STAFF: 
(HJM:wmj 6/8/66) 



Mihi'^tmfi^i^'^^^f^i^-'^nom 



For Inspector's ccmments 
see memorandum W. M. 

,^ . . j?\Felt to Mr. Tolson dated 

''jt)r|;an, Inspection Staff; 



Domestic Intelligence Division Inspection \ 



3/31/66 
WCS:inls 



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Mr. Tolson 4-1-66 

J. P. Mohr 



JOSEPH A. SIZOO DONALDS. MOORE 

Number Oae Man - Inspector Bispector 

Internal Security - Liaison Branch Espionage - Essearch Branch 

Domestic Ic^Uigence Division Domestic Intelligence Division 

CHARLES Hi.,STANLEiY 
Number Oa6 Man;^ Inspector 
fecial Investigative Division 

OtJTSTANDING ANNUAL PERFORIiOANCE RATINGS 

There are attached for approval the annual performance reports 
for Messrs* Sizoo, Moore and Stanley in yM^ck their services have been 
rated Outstanding for the period 4*1-65 to 8-31-66* Mr. DeLoach has 
signed these ratings as the Reviewhig Official. 

In the event you approve these rath^s, it is respectfully 
requested that the Director sign both the orighial and the copy of 
each of them as the Approving Official. Thereafter they must be 
transmitted to the Department with o&er such ratings for approval 
by the Departmental Committee on ^centive Awards. Upon approval 
of the ratings by the Committee, they wlU be returned to the Bureau 
and Messrs* Sizoo, Moore and Stanley will each be furnished a copy 
of his rating. They will also be entitled to a cash incentive award under 
the provisions of the Incentive Awards Plan. Messrs. Sizoo, Moore 
and St^ey are in Grade GS 17 and will be entitled to awards in the 
amount of $400 as has been ^proved in the past for those below the 
level of Assistant Director who are in Grade GS 16 or above. 

RECOMMENDATION: 

That the Director, as Approving Official, sign the orighial 
and the copy of each of the attached Outstandhig performance ratings 
and upon approval of the ratings by the Departmental Committee on 
Incentive Awards, Messrs* Sizoo, Moore and Stanley each be granted 



an incentive award of $400* 

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67-NOT RECORDED 



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LDH:jap (4) 1 . Personnel File) of Charles H* Stanley 
<dP*- Personnel File of Donald BCMopre ' 

PERMANENT BRIEFS SSTTACHED.' \ 







AprU IB, 1966 
PERSONAL 




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iMoht — . 
I Wick ^.^ 
» Caspet -- 
\do|!Qhcn 
Conrad — 
feii 

Rosen -- 
Sullivan - 
Tovej , 
Ttottet 

Helloes' 



Mr. Donald E* Mooire 
Federal Burea\r of Investigation 
Washington, D* C. 



Dear Moore: 






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In yie^ of the superior fashion in which you dis- 
charged your responsibilities during the period April 1, 1965, 
to March 31, 1966, you have earned an Outstanding perform- 
ance rating, which has. been approved by the Departmental 
Committees on Incentive Awards. A copy of this rating is 
enclosed which you may refain. 

I also am pleased to advise you of my approval 
of an incentive award for you in recognition of this splendid 
accomplishbaent. There is enclosed a check representing an 
award of ,^400. 00, I want you to know that your loyalty and 
dedication to" the Bureau, as exemplified ^ this rating, are 
^preciated. 






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Enclosures (2) 
1 - Mr. Sullivan 



Sincoreiy, mm^l^EHl 
J. Edgar Eom/ 



(Personal Attention) En^elosure- 






m U (966 



You should personally pijfesent this award and should this 
not be ipossible or should presentg-tion be unreasonably delayed 
by your a-bsence official acting for you should present it. Inform ^N^ 
empl()ye.e ^igi^niQiant pf, check represents this award less, szityioldingr be 
taxi^ 



,(5)" ^ 
Award #709-66 



(Sent Direct) 




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" Y Basfed on meiiio Mohr-Tolson 4/1/66. 



teutypbunitIZII 




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rasamm 

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Mfr.Tolson 

Mr. ^^^^fff.,.Cj!^^~ 

Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr- jl^allahan 



Casper..™-—/' 



r. Conrad « 

Mr. Felt, 

Mr. Gale..^ 

Mr. Rosen 



Mr. Sullivan 

Mr. Tavel 

Mr. Trotter 

Tele. Room..i__ 

Miss Holmes 

Miss Gandy 




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Dear Mr, Hoover: 

I have jiist received from Mr, Sullivan 
your letter advising of the performance rating 
and award you so generously approved and I do 
want to express my sincere appreciation, I have 
had twenty-five most rewarding years in the FBI 
and I am indeed proud to be a part of such a 
wonderful organization. 

I believe that integrity is a word 
too seldom used and a practice not always 
followed, but you may be assured that ray every 
effort will be to insure that the FBI's integrity 
shall not be challenged. 



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Sincerely yours, 
oore 



Donald E. 



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Mr. John Edgar Hoover _ 

Federal Bureau of Investligation 
Washington, D. C. 

^ APS 2 01968 ^^ 

APR 15 ia66 






Searched. 



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EXEHPTED FROH AUTOHA'n'c 

DECLASSIFICATIOM 

AUTHORITY r:«EEI¥ED FROH: 

FBI AUTOIIATIC DICLASSIFICATIOH GUIDE 

EXIHPTIOII CODE ISXH) 

DATS 0.5-31-ZOll 



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ALL INFORl-IATION COHTAINED 
HEFEIH IS D¥CLA3SIFIED EXCEPT 
WHERE SHOm OTHERWISE 






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3/23/co • 4/4/eo CDiscoi^ajimiBb) 

5/0/68 ^ .6/^0/0^ 

O^ciatst Al^iUipm 0, CfuUlvdn^ AGoictactDirocto:!? itt Oiarga eJndo 6/l^6ij#opoc?!i6r 
. JoaCjpii -&♦ .Sissbo, Ntimbsr 0acf Man and^^ran^ GMoC i^torti^Bccarily •» tiial6t>n) 
Sirica 0/10/53$^ Inspoctor t)mtm B, Modrd; Brimdi CbtoltEspionairp * i^scarch) 
aince tO/X4t/m\ liaot ij(is^6ctioa4/ia • 6/5/0.0i ' 

l^yflical (^dadttidoi and Malnlenaa6o >yogy Goog (tiuat InapcctJoa - Vory Gooa)* 
BivMoa ppcaplcslialtof ^tSi ana ontlrs 7t^i fitti^^t^aijd iOtH fliwra oif teiUOlnSf 
lodotea 01U ,£m4 !>: ^rpfck^ Kortliwict. a^is. is n6w jiuUdiris and divitdtola moved 
into tSiio spac^ ^^/CC. a^aco 4o Jiftasactlve^ adcjsafi*^ and soqura |>ufc SBigdsHoas; 
madc) to iihprovo fi^curit^ Ivurthar. ^Mdot housclsdcping; delhiqacncipQ ordered 
corrcct{5d. ^o carkasal^jsd to iUvteiott lolly u^ 

4ttd&0 li!spect)ipa« Gbrag^o lacUiUeo satisfactory* 

"■ * " ' ' ■ -' ^ . ♦ 

i^ectlic Bivlsloa <>goratidni. r^ Excellent (Itasl In^pcotlQii *: Yoxy Godd). ^otai 
pcndinj^^oiattors 35^ 221, ij^ ^2?.? since Ski&ft 1005. '^I^M iiplin<|^ottcy samo} last 
iaopofttioa 6» 1% ciirr^nt inosfictlon, 0. *?.%, AccoaapliohratJnb ciontlnucr |n Soviet- 
bloc pcnctrMio% iUcgal a^cnidotccttoa, cpvefaso smd di^iniptloa pf Cosuatiidldt 
Partyi lroat£^.imdKiaa«hato groups, kec^in^WliitoBouaoaadlntgrosteda^oncidd 
Mijfiscdi^^oa subv araiVQ and racial activitiea. Efiploaa^ ojavictions. indado Ho^ort 
Ji^SsiTolmsoa asdl ; 4 Evicts d^dar^d pqr^pna nongrata, 



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t Soviet viisa ^taarsk,ya. Kotct7tg>rUiy incroaas la '£k>vi6t doable agcnto i^oai 32 to 
SO aad.incrc£u|& la ladlyiduals andqr dovolopmcat asidoublo s^eatil Irpai 131to 223. 

C6IX> ognraHnn ii(\xfe<lntiafi x?flliwih1ft rfnta inhitn nnvj mlRfitnTin #rt ftsTytn^ UJnrt tinmt> 

at trMcj 



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,. USA, lQ\ss^ sttiityll/10/65vfor lailore to register and lined ^230,000. 4 
individaald convicted atidscnt^iaiesd oxi 11/Vo^ lor coaspimcy to destroy aatuto 
olZ4bor^, liberty BcU.aad W^hinstoa Monument. Haclal laformaats iacrcasod 
irom 333 to 440 JUiiclMibcE 87 pijttcora otKlim or(pnis»^ 

t?nclo9ara " ^ 

1 *. l%tf Caiiahaii (Attcctloa Mr. S* B. Adaido) (Scat separately) / /^ - 
• I - JPoraonaei filc^iVilliai^<2. Sallivan, Joseph A. Sizisoj Cpnald 6.jfA266r^ 



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I^i J^^cct|oa "^ l^mofstie XntpUtgenco Division 

SuW6irolv0 Cbntrol Section credited ^th o:i^slns ^ecuri^ isul^od 
■5^0 violotoa^jrobatlon on criminal cgfc^go, theicol^Tomovins him firom agitational 
a&UvitiKis. and discrediting jor^izations with -c&icli connocted. CoonterintcUi^once 
<30orts to Oleosa commnnipi Hjpa^Tncd W, B. 0. DuBoid CltU^S. o£ America con-^ 
iinoinoT* Havo informant in contact xAih, i^ador of Movomoi^ for tiidq|iondottCo.p£ 
3Norto JrUco. Socuriiy Xhdox 9D74| do^sn 327 diuc to drdpoiats; Hcsorvo IbddxrA« 
X7'20, np20d. Nationalities Intelligonco Section reorganized Jtino, 1965^ result, 
of Dominican crleio. Valuabio intelliscnco rcgardii^Varioufl non Sovict-ljloc 
countries obtained throtio^ litre informants and..27 todmicdl surtroiilancos oh 
diplomatic eetablishnicntd. Jitlbrmatioh^TideiydiBoeminatodtolnteUisenco 
community ineiudins^^ite^ :Zittiuse4 Source^ produqed yaluablo timely information 
ro^din^ plans of Uhitcd llations do%ations during debate on Victmmi* 9 Cuban, 
doublo^eiits (6 last indpoction) turrchti^ operational imd fu^idhino^irnlUable 
information. Chinese communiei intoliigbnce activitieo increhqinq^ valuable 
inlbrmimtQ developed. Latin^Americ^ Section recoils aiui c^so^ 
valuable information rc^dridihjiJbdmini^l}!^ l^minicaalndo:!^ dmilar 

to 0e<Mty Inde:^ established 12/i8/6S to record all Dominlcah subversives in 
l3ominieah £(opi^ie Ohdother cbtmtries. l^ex contains 413 Dominican subvorslves. 
gihee establishment. 1^004 ^^oDdminsp doveloppd 12 informants^. 3|>otential 
^brmantd^ 1 cohfidcntiai soiurce and oyer 30 sources of information^ 
note\brthy Mdor operatiohai circumstmi 

Since last ipspoctio% Besearchr^atellitoJScctionhi^ increased 
active double asonts i^om S7 to 71, po^ektial dotOide ^onts from 42 to M and 
inhctivc double agents frohi 16 to 23^ Efforts to inere^d double ^asent: coverage 
InAlbaniani Hunsarian, ^mahiahan^Tasoslav fields stressed. Survey ordered 
to streamline, dlsiseminatioh of telc^e data. Division ^xbgrams periodically 
eyaluatedi unproductive dnes deleted or revised, ^curity informants total 1$23 
up<0& froniJhot'int^ection. Potent&il security informants ihcreaoed by 129 to 
54&.. 3FlvO^inforniant0 dovotoppd under TO!3PliEV proj^ram since last inspection, 
a lunciioninsf iu^OXX) operation and 3 |in Xfation of Islianx. Tochnitai installations 
very closely supervised and.controllcdj authority of Aibi^ey General oi^ained 
prior to each installation. Xtcgia Attaches eirodited t?ith locatidh.231 bureau 
f^Sitivcs (indludins 2 top ten fi^tlVei^)^ 125 Selective ^rvibe delitti|Uonts^ 03 
alitoiaobllos, $2O3>.4O0 in,roce»verics* 

Adminiatrativo Oacrationo ?■ Very JBood (I^t Ihspecttea -» Oood). Workload 
Oi^uitably dictribuced in division. }}*ront oi^ce and section 6tt|>erviolOn emoethly 
operatins^ and effeOtlvo. Errors of lorm detected 2.42% $aet inspectioti. 2. d2%). 
No substantivo crroirs detected. ^tenoj^aphicprodUctlon (current inspection 2..47 
pages per hour) exceeds that ifepbrted during previous insi^ebtiOh (2. 18 pages' per 
hour); however^* still below Scat of Government avoraaio of 2.70pases perliouzf. 

w2- SEE NEXT l^AQS 




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Momdrandum to ^Xi. ^TolCoa . 

Ovear-iU porcontogerptrdtypi^s incr^aocd fi?Qtti-^« 28^ to t).48% ^Ich^as bobntSuo 
to.tow^Sflo indent iinjj fitenogra^plilc or^oyfl. Division instrjicltod to int<?nBlfy 
tif^&i^cg^Msd^iiuJocirloBUbn; t>f po^^^ t^ttitot^vtoxQ actoctpd in tiiao pM 

Mtcisdaftcs yc^otoTS -> isoio aff^cf i^iWc^c boiipWs* 3{o pibuao? ijiiiicis ioavis noted. 
ddd^otupaWfts jtfcOttiEi^d. lE?onom^ a^rtroly cti^Sortcd by division ttooiis^ 

ctreftisiifthingi^ail^oiBi <^^^ \?hlch liave rj^^^tpd l^it sa^lpsovto Buioati, Since - 




I 2Ujaaaatoyii»iivo osibra^^^ Th$rb iis a^htlfiuic2t6ccdi^?the l:iaUii*Amo3?lcak 
I mdiotkt 0iattiXyr 4u^itd;incjfoa^od ^r2t load ^#;rimilt;:ot Ihla c6«ii*i?y*o Involva- 
;; * ment. Ji^lho JDojaMcaa i^o^ubtic? !9l^m^ ins|rfi^oirretioaimcndod^cpr^ 
^ mali;*oom'Oi^rallon 'wJdch^BhouId cUfdiEnltiio op^i^on, pwJvidd tov closer fini^qt*'' 
SiolcJn ©Jt eiaployees imd^'caaSsi reduction of clorlcll Complemejat by ond ^mployoo, . 

^o'rsoaaoi M^di?g '^ doCd (XiaotJaopQCtlon-TcryiGocHi), total porsonnpl 30$ 
(approved jBiuromi complement sot at 125 csonts, Ifl; cler^o) up li asdnitJ^Jmd 28 
cUttkUp aiaiiily duo td creation Of now section ;(J*atln*Amorlcan) and lncroasedTs?6Mc 
to4lilftefioJJ6lt, NationaUtlc&;MoUl^onC0.e6CtiU»ail^^^ No 

id4lilpaai|«5rEO?&olaraQuedcdbr4u6tlllcd. iknn%&|B of mtill robii opoi?atlbni 
dlsclof^8d:thli» unit can elfoctlv^oporato^^tli dnoVlcss mall clorK (fifom l^tb 12 
clorks];; A^uctedporBonnel complement itUI b^l29 aspnts and liO Clor^; Coa- 
Bidorodv^eQttat<S and not oxcccalVo and-v?Ul absorb division caoo load increase of 
42H1 caaeo filhCd last ludpoctlon. tWo toa|o ddrs^e dropped flrtwn rolls during 
tnopoctlonte to poiconal misconduct (baoiled a<^p^atQly); laopccCor empliaslzcd 
isoodiorindrot&drougSbiin^octrlnaito^^ ^ralohlc^; 

vdlunmry oVortliae productive and o^tably nimrod. Ife agonto overr^p^t or 
on jjrdbsitidnj 4von.lCi!dtCd duty * ailprd^uctiye^ ni-etenlipn in diyloloniustlllod, 
iDlvlsiii4«kDnferciicos.diaclo^dwQUi9rB^t4e;df cdordi^ . 

cond&nictivd appicxiaCli. f BIEA jxioinbdri^ip 100%^ aniaJc#yo response to FBIEA 
dcttvlticBj OKCpUoii Conlribution of ttonis totocstl^o^ .ainco laet tnapectlbn. 
8 i^r£;xclatcd'lnjurlofl[ sinco laet inopdctlon feicroais^ 
' imp%cos:roco^nizcdthk>ui^CQmiadi^ 
"diocloiJcd subctantlai fcctq^o alnco laet inspoctlon (ln<*ease of iQO% for incbiitlvo 
aisfaijds tii^ S00% for jSdxnmcndatlbnsK iPjcroonnol »ayancemont prosram belns 
handled satisfactorily. 

gontads » Excellent (Laat inopcctloh ^ jBxcoUent). Aeclctantfelroc^or Sutilvan 
and oi^orvlJ?ora.in dlvielofi currohtty inali^aia 882 contado, all rated oxcoUcitf* 
ia varied flclda^ gm4;in;pooitldntoiturnlo!i information and Borvlcoo in foroist^ and- 
domocUc field©. LiMsdnimatatainedt?illi«iylto 
i^gi^atldtt 0ncorn|n3 dlvlQlon-ciosdly fbildy/t^^^^^ Kopreeentativea pf division iaado 

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aiOBiprlmfiuaito lift. Toipoa 
Hot Insi^ctioa • 23omocJtlc &toUi2;oneo l^ivkion 

to Si»cec5jos cihco lact Incpoctlpn tot avoroao of »ppro34a*atoly *?' por moath (8 
|»5r moisUx lact year), 

RECOmaEKDATIOKS 



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1. A0pictaiitI>lrec5torWmiam.C. SiOllvan, EQX) 8/4/41, GS-18 
0§25,382, feotottprolbat^ii, In division olnco 0/4/54, aosignat^d Afiaidant |5iroc?toi! 
Q/2/l^t, vatod Outctandin^ on: 1OC0 annual irattn^. SuUtvnn is ostromoly loyal, 
liiS^y cprnpctont, a man;with vicioh and great dopii. H6 bad broad iknotwlcd^o 
o{ tbo vast complox Held x>t cdcnrlty. InspocUon |indln;:^& juctify contitiuonco in 
preocnt aiiQis&mcnt.. Attached tctt ap];>roVnl lo Icttor to ^idlivon omamtaizixi^ 
Undinso* 



2. In^lKsctdr ^o£$0£& A. Si^oo, l^omborCnol^San, HOB 7/10/35, 
asclork, ^l/2/d()f ^ Agcnl, O3«Jl1f.0|S5,32P, in divioion oinco 0/18/03, not<:(n 
probsllpn, rated Oot&tnndins on 1800 annual iratinor* ^ism is oxtroimcly loyal^ 
^ntlsusiastic and all business, commands rospapi olMa associatos and inspircxr 
confidcncoi liao a vast kno^lddgo ot ovor-aU oporations of l^urpau and4s it^aUy 
{Suited to continue in Ms present capacity . Attadic<^ letter to £luliivan vM also 
inform Cii»x> of insjiiction tindinsiS*. 



3. fcspectorBoaaldE. !&>o^o, EOB 8/10/41, GS-lf @$25,32S, 
notottproljatioa, JnpresontpositioasindSlO/H/SJJ, iatcdOUtctandlniponieSS 
annual ratin^r* Mooro makes o^^tsta^Iinsr appearance, has thorouo^ fssmp of 
oparational procedures ai«3 Bureau pollcyi io^ eztrcmoly loyal and dedicated. Has 
ability to ensendor (Confidence and provides effecUvo leadership. l>efiately 
4|ualified to continue in present ^ assignment* 



4. Keconimendattong concornins other perodnnol liandlcduseparatoly * / i 



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TD;28l<i(Rev.5-ll'64) 






ICEIPT FOR GOVERNMEN'T PROPER? 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION. 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE 




I certify tkt I have S Kceiyed Q returned the following Goverainenl property for official use; 



D. C. Official Parking Perait ^917 
expires 6-30-67 



v/ 



REIUIED 



D. C. Official Parking Pemit #2918^^^^" 
expires 6-30-66 ^f^Su 



READ 

.The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is< charged to you and you are responsible tor taking care 
'Of it, and returning it when its use has been completed. 

DO NOT I^ARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANYWAY. 



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Very truly yours 




(Signature) 



(Typed name) 




Donald E.ufoore 



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Sundani .Form 88 
i-W<Rcv;-5€nc 1956) 
Bureau of the Efudgct ^ '^- 
CffcularA-32 (Rcv.i^ 



--'^-.^rs*.*^^ j^ 



6 



REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINAV 



iMn <:P 



VJ^ NAME-FIRST HAMf-MIDBLE NAME 

4, HOME ADDRESS (Number, itreet or RPD. riio m> fM/i« «m)^ i»«^ cf»f«\ T^ 



4. HOME ADDRESS (iSTumftw. *(Krf or iJFi), cUv or town, tone and StaU) 



7.^SEX 



8. RACE' 



J2. DATE OF BIRTH 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT 5ERVICE 



MILITARY 



CIVILIAN 



13. PUCE OF BIRTH 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



i kCL. py^^^^ 



5. PURP(»E iJF EXAMINATION 



10. AGENCY 



3. IDENTIFICATION NO 
«.T)ATE OF EXAM IN 




'7- '5"- 4 c 



It. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. REUTIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



^ 17.^ RATING OR SPECIALTY 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (rc<«i) 



UST SIX MONTHS 



NOR- 



L^ IS^JiCAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



,^ ^19. NOSE 
^^ 20, SINUSES 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



(C/iecA each it«rt\ in appropriate co/- 
umn.- enter *'NB'* If not ev«luated.\ 



nTjlOUTH AND THROAT 



22. EARS— GENERAL *'"'i *-"/***'•*'«> (AudUoru 
^Muity vndtr itemt 70 end 71) 



^'ia, OH\JiAS (PiTforation) 



C-- "^TT EYES— GENERAL <*''••*«' ««t'v and rtfrattntn 



^>^ ^. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



^'tCPUPILS (E<imlitif and reaction) 



^ "JOCULAR MOTILITY <^"«'«'<^ para/fff 



fr ifa tf* 



t:^ 



28,.^:CN6S AND CHEST (7nrf«rff breaitij 



^.aory^scuUR system (rcrfgo^tftVi. <fc.) 



x^52^_A^ND RECTUM \^:::;Se'':fi±':t:ii 






JT. 



29. HEART (nr«»(, «/«, rhythm, lounrfi) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Indude hcmk) 



(Pr^ttate, i/ _ if><lt^atfdj^ 



ABNOR 

MAL 



NOTBS.^ (P^^'liXf^'^P^^'lbhormatity indetaji. Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment. Continue in itemJS and use additional sheet* if nece$sary.) 

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3. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



4. G-y SYSTEM 



3S, UPPER EXTREMIT(£S'*^'r*'"'/*> f*"'* *^ 
nation} , 



^^^Cfeet 



^-WrtoWER EXTREMITlES^^j^g^^)^^ 



C -3»r^PlN£y,0THER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39,^ IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



^^O^SKIN, LYMPHATICS 



£-4trRlEUR0LOGlC (Cciii/iftfiwrn U*U undo- iUm 7i) 



- IZ^YCHIATRIC (Spttifyanv perionalUvdttialion ) 



4J.^MLV1C {Ftmdti only), (CA«Jt how done) 
C-^ ^ D VAGINAL D RECTAL 



h 




44. DENTAL <P/ac< appropriate fjfmbolt abocf or below number 

o-Re4torai>le teeth 
HNonrettoraUe teeth 



^bcr «/tr^^rti'/wff teeth, retpectivelp.) 



*'****- Ntmibmrt ., >^ r ^ 

aOSEP141966 s57 



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G 



XXX^Reptaced bf denturei 



H 32 

T 



30 



29 28 



27 26 



10 



12 



($X8) ~Fixed bridge, brackeU to 
include abutment* 

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13 U 15 16 E 



24 23 22 21 



20 



19 



18 



17 F 



REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL ' 
DEFECTS AND DISEASES 



45. URINALYSIS: A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY 



B. ALBUMIN 



C. SUGAR 



M^ 



TJUL 



UIOUTORY FINDIXSS 



eUss % 



47., SEROLOGY (Specify txHM:§f(4^re9ult) 



mi 



D. MICROSCOPIC 



«r EKG , W. BLOO 

i FAa 



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^ 



BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



4S. CHEST X-RAY {Place, date, fUm number and retult) 
50. OTHER TESTS V^ 



UK'.. 






t^ctr. Knam^^ 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51. HQ6HT 

2l 



St WEIGHTS 



■''^H^r^/^^ 



53. COLOR KAIR 



%■ 
j£^ 



54. COLOR EYES 



55. BUILD: 



": :.% 



M5«. TEMPERATURE 



n'SLEHDER' D'MEOlijM^ HEAVY* QoBdE^"^^' 




/^ /^.a^^^^^-^ 



(LTre addUiimal ihettt ifneceitar^) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES <ii*f dUigliotu toUh item mmbett) 



} 







7S. RECOMMENDATIONS-FURTHER SPECIALISTxEXAWUNjrtriOHS INDICATED (Specifff)^ 



77. EXAMINEE iChtck) 



/ 



{'^ * ijr ^ *" 




A. M^IS QUALIFIED f OR 

' * D* D IS NOT QUAUFIEO FOR 



7a. IF NOT QUALIFIED. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



7 3.TYPEDO^NTEDgEOF^^^ Yf/^^^C^'^ 



80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



51. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF. DENTIST OR PHYSIcIAV (/n<f^tf r< which) 



«2. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



.iJ-i. 




SIGNATURE 



SIGNATURE 









SIGNATURE 



u 



NUMBER OF AT* 
TACHED SHEETS 






stanaara jromi b» 
* (Rev. Aug. 1950) 
BvntAV or TUB Budget 
CmcULAB A-32 



THIS iHroaMAi^^ s 

/FjtAST NAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE HAME '^ 



REPORT OE? MEDICAL HISTORY 



rOR OfflCIAl USE OHIY AHD WILL HOT BE REiaSED TO Uff^RIZEO PERSOHS 

^^RADE AND COM?^ENT OR POSITION 



4. HOML ADDRESS (Ntimber, strut or RFD, citif ot town, zone and Statt) 



4FSNEN 



:3- "^'^ 



^//S/^^i^Td,^ 



'3. lOENTIFICATiOH NO. 



^TJuRPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



6. DATE OF EXAMINATION 



M 



8.,, RACE 



'DATEOFeiRTH 






3> 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



10. AGENCY 



MILITARY 



CIVILIAN 



11. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



.J»UCE OF BIRTH 



14. NAME. REUTIONSHIP.'ANO ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



/UP/>^K 



/^/i^xys 



15. EXAMINING FACIUTY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



/^^>TATEMENT OF EXAMINEE'S PRESENT HEALTH. IN OWN WORDS, (miwi bp detctiption ofpatt hi$tOTV, if complaint txUU) 



^/^fpFAMILY HISTORY 


^lijhAS ANY BLOOD RELATION fPawnf, btothtT, iistCT, otKtJ) 
' ^R HUSBAND OR WIFE- 


REUTION 


AGE 


STATE OF HEALTH 


IF DEAD. CAUSE OF DEATH 


AGE AT , 
DEATH 


YES 


NO 


iCheck each item) 


RELATION(S) 


FATHER 


•^ 


dec^/s^s^/i 


^A^C//f/^ /^^^r^Kf:^ 


^,? 




"^ 


, HAD TUBERCULOSIS 


. 


MOTHER 


^/ 


A^< 








y" 


HAD SYPHIUS . , 




SPOUSE 


h 


/^aod '\ 


^ 


. ^ 


l^ 


- 


HAD DIABETES 


£^yCofii(:i<S 




3-6 


^£>^ ^ 


-. * '„ 




^^r 




. HAD CANCER 




BROTHERS 


n- 


^io^ 6^/^>9/k, 








...^ 


HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 


, . 


AND 










;^ 




HAD HEART TROUBLE - 


/y?r^6/^ ^SfS^^fl 


SISTERS 




„ - ^ t 


»- 






^^ 


HAD STOMACH TROUBLE 






, 


' *■ 




- 


^ 

/■ 




HAD RHEUMATISM (ArthrUis) 


/^/J7=^i£/Z 


CHILDREN 


x/. 


^O"0/^ 








1^ 


HAD ASTHMA* HAV l-LVLK. 
HIVES 






n 


// 


- 






i^ 


HAD EPILEPSY (FU$) 






/z- 


ff 


= 






v^ 


COMMITTED SUICIDE 






,f. 


// 








t^ 


BEEN INSANE 





^ 



HAVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU HOW (Place cftwJt at left Of each item) 



YES NO 



iCheck each itemy 



its NO 



iCheck each item) 



YES NO 



{Check each item') 



YES NO 



iCheck each item) 



SCARLET FEVER. ERYSIPELAS 



/ 



,GOITER 



y 



TUMOR. GROWTH. CYST. CANCER 



;;*TRICK" OR LOCKED KNEE 



DIPHTHERIA 



/ 



TUBERCULOSIS 



/ 



RUPTURE 



/ 



FOOT TROUBLE 



y 



RHEUMATIC FEVER 



' SOAKING SWEATS 

^(Nijfht tweait) 



y 



APPENDICITIS 



/ ^EURITIS 



y 



SWOLLEN OR PAINFUL JOINTS 



/ 



^ 



HMA 



/ILES OR RECTAL DISEASE 



t/\ PARALYSIS (/nc, infantile) 



/ 



MUMPS 



/ ^SHORTNESS OF BREATH 



^ FREQUENT OR PAINFUL URINATION 






EPILEPSY OR FITS 



WHOOPING COUGH 



/ PAIN OR PRESSURE IN CHEST 



/Sidney stone or blood in urine 



^ CAR. TRAIN. SEA. OR AIR SICKNESS 



• 



FREQUENT OR SEVERE HEADACHE 



;/ 



jCHRQNIC COUGH 



/"/Su 



GAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 



♦/ FREQUENT TROUBLE SLEEPING 



JDIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELLS 



^ 



PALPITATION OR POUNDING HEART 



/^/ktlLS 



/ 



/feoUENT OR TERRIFYING NIGHTMARES 



^ 



EYE TROUBLE 



t;'^^! 



IIGH OR LOW BLOOD PRESSURE 



^ENEREAL DISEASE 



i/ REPRESSION OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 



fc/ EAR, NOSE OR THROAT TROUBLE " 



7^ 



MPS IN YOUR LEGS 



^Z 



yj 



RECENT GAIN OR LOSS OF WEIGHT 



y 



.LOSS OF MEMORY OR AMNESIA 



y 



UNNING EARS 



'REQUENT INDIGESTION 



ARTHRITIS OR RHEUMATISM 



y^BEO WETTING 



CHRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 



^^ 



MACK. UVCR OR INTESTINAL TROC&LE 



7 



^NE. JOINT. OR OTHER DEFORMITY 



V 



NERVOUS TROUBLE OF ANY SORT 



V 



SEVERE TOOTH OR GUM TROUBLE 



7 



IT* 



^ 



BUDDER TROUBLE OR GAa STOKES 



/ ^MENESS 



y 



/NY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 



/SINUSITIS 



y ^JAUNDICE 



/ /loss OF ARM. LEG, FINGER. OR TOE 



7 



/ ^EXCESSIVE DRINKING HABIT 



;/j KAY FEVER 



ANY REACTION TO SLRUM. DRUG OR 
MEDICINE 



/ PAINFUL OR"TRICK" SHOULDER OR ElBOW 



v/ HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 



1. iUVE YOU EVER iCheck each item) 



£. 



2^^gE^^ALES ONLY; A. HAVE YOU EVER— B; COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING 



V 



)Hom 



GUkSSES 



y ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 



beSTpregna^ 



AGE AT 



AT^tiSEI^ 



rUENSTRUATIOH 



/ WORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 



;/ ^BEEN A SLEEP WALKER 



HAD A VAGINAL DISCHXRGE^.^ 



INTERVAL BETWEEN PERIODS 



'^ORN HEARING AIDS 



UVeO WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
yTU8£RCUL0SlS 



BEEN TREATED FOR A fgUl£XC5SRDER 



DURATION OF PERIODS 



7^ 



STUTTERED OR STAMMERED 



COUGHED UP BLOOD 



7 



HAD PAjtyUtrtlENSTRUATION 



DATE'^tASTPERIOD 

QUANTITY: □kormaC □cxCfSJwrQ scanty 



WORN A BRACE OR BACK SUPPORT 



TOOTH EXTRACTION 



\Xi IRREGUUR MENSTRUATION 



23. HOW MANY JOBS HAVE YOU HAD IN THE 
PAST THREE YEARS? 



24. WHAT IS THE LONGEST PERIOD YOU 
HELD ANY OF THESE JOBS? 
MONTHS 



25. WHAT IS YOUR USUAL OCCUPATION? 



26. ARE YOU {Check one) 

Q KICHT KANDCO Q IXTC KANOCO 



ENcmsiiB® QT-lfl fOH- -^ 




^ 


m < , ^ 


M „ -w -^ 


YES 


NO 


CHECK EACH ITEM YES OR NO. EVEf\Y;iTEKi 'CHECKED "YES" MUST BE FULLY EXPUINEO »N BUNK SPACE Ot< RIGHT 




y 


^27. HAVE YOU BEEN UNABLE TO HOLD A JOB BECAUSE OF: 

a; sensitivity" to chemicals, dust, sunlight, etc! 


A^ J^...,..^ yf^c -^^---- -^^— 




/ 


:, B. INABIUTY TO PERFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 






y 


C. INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 




^ 


D. OTHER M EOICAL REASONS {ffy9%» rfiVo reji«on«} 




y 


^8. HAVE YOU EVER WORKED WITH RADIOACTIVE SUB- 
STANCE! 




y 


"Iw. DID YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH SCHOOL STUDIES 
OR TEACHERS? iU yem. ^tWo detaila} 




y 


^30. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE 
OF YOUR HEALTH} iUyoi, atate reason and ^iv 
detailsy 






y 


3t. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DENIED LIFE INSURANCE? 
iJfyef, state reason and 4ive detaiU) 




/ 


/iZ, HAVE YOU HAD. OR HAVE YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
ANY OPERATIONS? Uf ye«. describe and give 
age at whic** occurretiy , 




y 


33. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A PATIENT {comntftted or 
y voluntaty) IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL OR SANATOR- 
IUM? {IfyeSt specify when, where, why, and 
name of doctor, and complete address of 
hospitfti or etinic) 


/J^' 




y 


'34. HAVE YOU EVER HAD ANY ILLNESS OR INJURY OTHER 
THAN THOSE ALREADY NOTED? Of yen, specify 
when, where, and give details) 




\/ 




35. HAVE YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLINICS. 
PHYSICIANS. HEALFRS. OR OTHER PRACTITIONERS 
WITMIM THE PAST 5 YEARS? ilf yes, give com- 
plete address of doctor, hospital, clinic, 
anddetaiM 






1/ 


36. HAVE YOU TREATED YOURSELF FOR ILLNESSES OTHER 
THAN MINOR COLDS? (// yes, which illnesses^ 


. 




^ 


STj'HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
^ SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAU MENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONS? Of yes, give date and reason for 
rejection) 






i/ 


38. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
^SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAU MENTAL OR OTHER 

y^ REASONS? (// yes, give date, reason, and 
type* of discharge: whether honorable, 
other than honorable, for unfitness or un- 
suitability} 


t 




y 


Z^fHME YOU EVER RECEIVED, IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 

^ YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 

PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 

mr? {If yes, specify what kind, granted by 

whom, and what amount, when, why) 





I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE REVIEWED THE FOREGOING INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY ME AND THAT IT IS TRUE AND COMPLETE TO^HE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, 
I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS, HOSPITALS. OR CLINICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT OF MY MEDICAL RECORD FOR PURPOSES 
OF. PR OCESSING MY APPLICATION FOR THIS EMPLOYMENT OR SERVICE, 

TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE 



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MjC 



SIGNATURE 






'a-u,^.,-C^ ^. J^e^-T^ , 



<0. PHYSICIANS SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF ALL PCRTINENT DATA tf*|«fc(an jftaf/tomnienl on«« poi«ire«lWW«» in tolMfOlA'u W) 




C^ 



y 




^t&<. 




TYPED OR PRINTED NAME- OF PhVSICIAN OR EXAM IN 




:fr U. «. OOVCHK*IENT PHINTINO OFriCCi tM9 O-e"**© 



FD-300 (Bev. 10-10-62) 



o o 



Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examinatfon 
For Information and Guidance of Medical Examiner 



Name of Examinee ^rl ^{9/^<£. J^^\^ h^ / <J, 




jfType or print) , . Last First " Middle 

Xhe following portions of the attached examination report form need not be completed: 

2 14 68 

3 17 69 

4 ^ 62 ^ 72 
9 65 76 

. 11 J 67 

46. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same are not reqdily-available.. 

48, Not required unless examinee is over 35 years of age or examination indicates such is 
desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same bre not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinationis sliould be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent 
applicants and Special Agents.. Applicants for the SpeciaL Agent ^position will not be 
accepted if the hearing loss exceeds d 15 decibel average in either ear in the conver- 
sational speech range (500, 1000^2000 cycles). 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 
The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee C31s LZjis not qualified for strenuous physical exertion. 



To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in :defensive 
tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 

Qtlo □ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. . 



2. Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
B"No^ □ Yes If. "yes" please specify defects. _ ^ 



3. F^v^ale driving of motor vehicles, Civil Service Commission requires distant vision must 
test at leasts 20/40 in one eye and 20/100 in the other, corrected or uncorrected. Should 
examinee wear corrective glasses while operating a motor vehicle? (Sy^^s^EH No 
If recomjnendation is based' oh cjjactor=.6.ther than above standard, indicate basis 




SA-^:£i£^w^ -.adylsetj. jwlZ^^Ib^ 










rm 



REC'D'-AOMm.DfV. 
FBI 



^tz^^-^^T^'^^ Sep ? 8 55l\H'66 

y* U -** Desirable Weight Ranges, for Males 



Height >r ^ 


\^1 ^iSmSfi Frame; 


Medium. Frame 


Large Frame 


5' 4" 


117-125 


123 - 135 - 


131.-, 148 


■5' 5" . 


120 - 129 


126 r 1.39 


134 - 152 


5' 6" 


124 - 133 


. 130 : 143. 


1385-1,57 


5' 7" 


128 - 137 


134-148 


, 143 - 162 


5' 8" 


132 - 141 


138 -.152 


' . _ 147 - 166 


. 5''9." 


L36 - 146 


142.r 156'. 


151. 170 


5? 10" 


.» 140.- 150 , 


146-161 


•155 - 175 . . 


5' 11" . 


,144.-154 , . 


150 - 166 


. . 160 - 180 


6' 


148-158 


154-171 


164 - 185 . 


6'1" 


152 - 163 


. 158 - 176 , . 


169- 190 


6',2" 


156.- 167 . 


163-181 


174 - 195 


. .6'3"^ 


160 - 171. 


• 

168 - 186 . 


178 .- 200 


e'^"- 


169 - .180 


178 - 196 


. 188 - 210 


6' 5?- , ' 


- - 174 - 185 . : 


.. 182.7.202 


. .192.- ,216 . 





4. Examinee's frame is EU small 



m] medium 



[arge 



5. Considering abdVe weight \abl 6, th e^exaffllfiee's frame, and other individual physical: characteristics, 
I consider his present weight, Satisfactory • (ZJExcessive _C1 Deficient 



6,. Under' proper medical superyisidh, examinee should 



Remarks; 






.4, 



J 




(Signature of Medical Examiner) ^ 



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FD-253^.(Rev. .5-27-64), 




O 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



In Reply^ Please Refer to " 

FOeNo, 

Director 

Federal Bureau pf'Investlgatlon " ^ ^ 

United States Department oi Justice 

Washington, p. C. 20S3S 

Dear Sir: 

For Inclusion In the fund to be paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special ^Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to this fund and who dies from any cause except self-destruction while- employed 'a^ a, Special Agent, | am /dr^ 
^^o^dlng herewith (by Check - Money Order) the sum of $10, payable* to S.A.V.F., to be included fnsald^fund.^ Payment will be 
^W^for death by sell-destruction after the Agent- has bedn a member of the fund for a continuous period of two years. It is 
'^' *-rs.tood and agreed that the s\xm Rendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous contribution to said fund which 1 understand 
be administered in the following manner. ' 



'i^^>/ " ^*>^^i>e**pJlr^ctor of the FBI will appoii 
director 



ppoint a committee which shall consider , all, matters pertaining "to theacquisitfon, safe 
cdmmlttee'will r^commen'd appropriate action to the Dfrector in jpertlnent matters. 
^"^ ° ' ' - ^jj Contributions and accourii for same to the 

the appointed comtni.ttee*wsll .consider Jthe case 

s Will then^he issued Jlothe^ Assist,-- 

beneflpiary/the^sum of $10^000. THe liability 

at the tlme^any llabllltyrshaU occur. 




EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 



Official Btireau Name' (please type or print) 




Office of Assignment <or SOG Division)/ 



The following person is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund:,- 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given* first name if female) 



ipnmary d( 

K J 



£^^N fsAaa fete 



Relatioilship 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; *u8e given first name if female) ; Relationship 



Address 



Do you desire to designate the atoye-listedt beneficiaries as .the beneficiary, and contingent beneficiafyTespectively of the 
Chas. S.'Ross Fund as well? C^Yes □ No If not/the entire following portion must be executed. 

The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the Chas. S. Ross Fund providing. 51500 death, bene fit to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the line of duty,, other than trover accidents; '- ' 



Name(primary beneficiary;'U8e given first name if female) 


Relationship ' , 


- 


Address 


^ 




Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if^female) . 


Relationship 


" 


Address 


" 





Payment Regelved 
Special A'^als Insurance fund 

0CT2 71t*^5 
"j. Edgar Hoover, Director 



^ 



Very truly yours, 




i^^oi-^^ (f. 



Special Agent' 




s^' 



.0^ 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT; 



OniONAl POKM NO. 10 
MAY l«63 tOITION 
OSA CtH. «0. NO. 27 



6 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

MR. W. C. SULLIVAN 

4 

MR. D. E. MOOR 



.(Q, 




DONALD Ei^lOORE 
JURY DUTY SUMMONS 



DATE: 



10r:24-66 



4 



Tolson .— 
DeLoach - 
Mohr-— - 

Casper — . 

Call ah en 

ontad — 

Felt 

Gal©:; 



Hosen _ 
SuHlvan -— 

Tovel -_- 

Trotter - 

Tele. Rpqtn. 
Holmes,^....;^ 
Gondy.— I — ■_ 



I received notice of jury duty summons for 
10-27-66 at Circuit Court, Alexandria. 

Inasmuch as I served on the jury, panel just 
a year ago, I called Deputy Sergeant Earl S. Robey to 
determine if this might not be a mistake. Mr. Robey said 
that in Alexandria, a person is not called on to serve more 
than once a year, but can be called on in successive years. 
He advised, however, that in view of my prior service, that 
he thought I would only need to report for jury duty on 
the one day, 10-27-66. 



I will report as requested. 




DEM:h 
X2) 




Mr. Sullivan 



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SulHvan ». 
Tavel ««- 
Tfottet ;-- 
Tefe, Kooia 
Holmes «— 
Gcmd/^-Tog. 



liar; Donald Bi %dor^ 
Federal Bureau ol Investigation 
Washiugton^ D; C« 



Dear Moore: 

I do liol want tlie opportunity to pass 
mthout expressing my appreciation for your excel* 
lent iover'aU g upRrvtston of the Esnionage invest i^ 
^tioh Ihyolvin g I 

The sensitive ;iaturc of tbis case 
required the utmost in skill and jt^gment on your 
part .to achieve success. This was a Job esper 
ciall^^ well done and it is a pleasure to commeid 
ypWf 

Sincerely, - 

a^ Edgar Hoover ^^^ 
1 - Mr I Sullivan (Pefsbhial/Attehtion) 

1 - Miss 'Usilton (Sent Direct) 



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67-191804 



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Based on memo Adams-Callahan {l4/(14/66 re: CIPCRY: Espionage 
Russia. Incentive Award and Comriiendation Matter. 



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^_.-U mailjipomCIID »T£CETYPE .UNItC3 




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253 (Rev. S-27-64) 




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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



InRepfy^ Please Refer to 
FOeNo. 

Director 

Federal Bureau of rnvestlgation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 205,35 

Dear Sir: 

For inclusion in the fund jto be paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to this fund and who dies from any cause except' self-destruction while employed as a Special Agents I am for- 
warding herewith (by, Check - Money Order) the sum of $10, payable to S.A.l.F^., to be included in said /und. Payment will be 
made for death by self-destruction after the 'Agent has been a member of. the fund for a continuous period, of 'two yearns. It is 
understood and agreed that the' sum .tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous contribution t<> said fund.which I understated 
is to be administered in the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will appoint* a committee which shall consider, all matters pertaining to-the acquisition,. safe 
keeping andi expending of said fund, which committee will recommen*d appropriate action to th'e Director In pertinent matters. 
The Assistant Director of the ^Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for same to the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special' Agent who is a member of said' fund the' appointed committee will consider the case 
and Submit a recommendation to the Director as to Its conclusions. Appropriate Instructions will then be issued to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Administrative Division, directing hin^ to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. The liability, 
of the fund shall not, under any, circumstances exceed the. amount 6f„ monies in the fund at the time any liability shall occur, 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 



Official Bureau Name (please type or print) 

SA hc,Nfil.h ^, A/l traits 



Date 



Office of Assignment (or SOG Division) 

. 6. a. 



The following person is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund: 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



fio^ CkoWr^ V/kw be.^ y^/^£ir/^/r^7e//p l/jf. a^^ ^ V 



Narae'(contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Do you desire to designate^lhe above-Usted-beneficiaries as.the beneficiary arid contingent beneficiary respectively of the 
Chas. S/Ross Fund as well? ^ Yes jQ No If not, the entire following portion must be executed. 

The following, person is designated as my beneficiary under the Chas. S. Ross.Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agehts^killed In the line of duty, other .than travej accidents. 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



J. Fcl3ari::i:r, Director 



Very truly: yours, 




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Name: 



DONALD E/ MOORE 



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EOD: 3/10/41 
Veteran: No 



Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage-^Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Div 

Grade: GS-17, $25,800 

Not on probation 



Reserve Status: N.A. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. C* 



Not on limited duty 




IVAN: 



Mr* Moore has continued to 
serve in his capacity as 
Inspector in Charge of the 
Espionages-Research Branch of the Domestic Intelligence Division 
since the last inspection ♦ With his well-rounded background in 
both field and Seat of Government administration, along with 
the fact that he is considered a specialist in the espionage and 
intelligence field, he is ideally suited to this particular 
assignment ♦ He is knowledgeable relative to all facets of 
Bureau operations and commands the respect of his subordinates. 

Mr* Moore makes an excellent impression, is well 
poised, and engenders confidence* He is within desirable weight 
limits. 

On his annual performance rating of March 31, 1966, 
he was again rated Outstanding. By letter dated 11/21/66, the 
Director expressed his appreciation for Mr. Moore's excellent 
over-all supervision of a sensitive espionage investigation. 

Mr. Moore is not only capable of performing his 
present duties in an outstanding manner, but would also be able 
to assume additional responsibility. He is interested in and 
available for advancement. 



Rating: Excellent 

For Assistant Director !s comments, 

see memorandum W. M. Felt 

to Mr. Tolson dated March 21, 1967, 

captioned, "Inspection - Domestic Intelligence Division; W. Mark Felt, 

Assistant Director, Inspection Division; 2/20/67 - 3/10/67, 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. M. FELT: 
(WMF:wmj 3/28/67) 



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Domestic Intelligence Division Inspection 
2/21/67 



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ME. 'sotsm m^ch ztf nm 

2/20/6*? - 3/10/67 

OMclalss WlUiaia C. SiOiivaa, 4eJSistaaiMjfCcio3p la Ciiargo siac© 6/2/6 Jj Sispector 
yros^ii;^ Sizoij, Numb©? QaoJiiatt ana Braacsli C?Mef ^liemal S^urity • iMspn) 
sime 9/13/57; ^iS!pGctoir Bonald B^ Mioore> Branch. GMdS (S^lboage f^ Kea^Urch) 
since 10/I4/6S; I*ast Inspectioni 3/28/66 * 4/4/66, discdntimiea nad 5/9/66 - 6/20/60* 

giygjcal Conaitioa and Maii^e gaoee >^ Veiry Good (I^ast laspectioa • Very <^d), 
jpmsioa ocq^ijies camo spaco a^ last year, faail qI 6ib fioor and aitire floors 7 throu^ 
10 of jconamerclal feaildlng at 8th aad B Stecolsy Northwest. Euil^ng is new and spatee 
considered adcqEoate, atfcracUvd and secure, HoasdiospingdelInqtii®jcie3 0f lalnor 
nature eithcse corrected oa etpot.or ordered corrected. H^yisloa Jias use of 2 cars is^ch 
aSpoMly utilized. No safety defect©. Safeiafaqtdry garage facilities* 

gpecigc Divialon Qpcrationo ^ Beeellmt -Cl^ast Inspection - EsceUent). ToisH peading 
security niattors29,440 (2/a8/67>, ui> from 28^ 886 (2/28/66). Held dellngaeacy (7^ 
current inopectiea sli^y above delingaeacy (6. 7S) reported last Sastp^tlon. On 
monthly basis Division follows offices having delia^eacy considered h^. JSivisfon 
accon^lishmeats continue on high level la coverage and disruption of Conimunist Party, 
fronts and iaan-hate orgSnlaatloa, Soviet-bloc penetration, illegal agent detection, 
and feeeps White House and interested ^encies advised oa pertinent subversive and 
radial activities. •'Sold*' operatioacompleted 2 missions to Soviet Wnion. C^emissioa 
involved Soviet financial subsidy to Communist Party, VSh. As of 2/1/67, 51 double 
agents Wng operated against Soviets (50 last inspection)* 227 ladividaais vxuSiGv 
development as potential double ag^ts* 5 ( Mectdrs in place compa red with 4 last 
inspection." Esnioaaafe nroae cUiiong ineltidd ^ r^re^iJ^my 



oMcer who was convicted and | [ IgFForce sereeant 



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inSictal in December, 1066, on charge of conspiracy to commit espionage. Trial 

scheduled lor May, 1957. aN?p Soviets declared persoii^noa grata. I3ata fiimished 

_to British i;;^<a i prompted Droseeufcioni of laersoaactinfr as mail drop foj? Sergeant 

I . . . ^ Racial ii^rmants increased to 572 from 4OS4. Bureau had 24 informants 

as aesegascs^ a infermaais as alternate delegates and 16 intormai^s as observers 

at Communist l»aity, 0SA, National Convention, 6/22-26/66 lor cJicellcat cover^o 

of convention.' 

BncloSuro 

I - Mr. Cfaliahaa (MaiiCaMr. S» B. Adorns) CSont Separately) Q_^ 

1 - Personn^y^^-WiittamjSiai^vaa, dose^ A. Sizoo and»©oaaid B. Moor© 

VmMism 1 ;jo ; ;^^/CON'mRJEi>-OVEE 



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JSab7ersivo C?oi^i?61 Sc^iion bcia confcro&c© si Seal ot Coiresnmciit iW^t aa4 
tt/i/m) to pjpqjasre py<^mia to deaJ -with 2>«erto Ricatt SNTaiioJuiJi^ mattia?^ ia viets^ 
of pleHscito 6ciiechil«Hi la Jaly, 1$^1* MMqcM to ddc^naino lorm of iSovonuaoat 
citlzcos clesiire Dad poteiitial lor violaici^ csdot^^ la :i^Qlamxf^, 19^7 t Stan 3nm 
advia^ it tMve^tivs^^ mo isfom^t tod iiad 2 ^t^iti^ iE^€cur%ii^<'»^^ "^th 
^d |)Qt@iil&l iiii largest imd mo^ milltai^ d£ poops ^G^^s^ Biorlo iUco iud|^^aeiu3Q« 

HationaU^ci ]&^^jgeace S6cti(m limii^ 
noxi*a3vi<^*Woe coii^xieaf to li^el^gcnoe.66mtm«iity and WMte Houso* Sowccs 
provido timely imd vaiuatolo infiMPnastlon ro vasidtin UiatedHalibnaE delegations', CMneso 
inteiJIg^cs actives imsnimiap Sai^pectb^ fiiwiisiied S eaggeStltias to brisadea fease 
ofBurosuopottitloniiiiChiacsoCoxmBsuilotl^^ I^jgcarcb SataUite 

Section has yoi.ea^IiaaSsodtiafeioab|lty gsoi^ cbvcr^^s of mtposaist cHemajts and other 
aati^ommiisiist groi^f?** I^tiii«>iJaac^icaii ^^tioa cottttoi^ to resolvo and dioscmSnate 
|)e»|la(Ssifciijlc>mfetioni?oBoiainScaasiti^ l3dinii^aQl3id©ssimllaj?toSecui?ity 
lades ^oj^aias S14 Boiainic^ mh^&mlyoB ag K^ Jl^lgarea*. 10 douMG ageata cuj*rcatJy 
fe^tojS directed agaSa^ Qxhm Mettlgca^o Servlcoia tho Vidted States. 

Plvlaioitprdgt^^mi^ aro periodically ovaJhialed^thta^roduetiVo oa^ dd^M 
pt »cvlaed» Bivlfiloa tow Ima^featioa aad diveriifiod ^iM»g ia dav<^ing ae^ 
prograaasi lagpeitor ra^oauao^ed dcjieiloa 61 oao pwgyaai Sa So^d^ aie^ fidd 
feecaas<3 of laokof rcsulls lor aoiaber of years* ^ge^feed anothei* progi^m bo caa?o* 
Mly coaaidored at hM ©valaalioa fcirpijaslbl© dl^ontlnuaaco Sf aot pro^ictlv©* 
fitff^aallaiag of Ws^ tt^vmmt l>rdgi:aia j?ecoiamondcd dOriag this laspection, 
l>ivisioa cun?cntlylioldicoafei?(ajeo3 \^th, represi^jtaMvca from v^dous flolddaacea 
to develop pwjgrams fpr opecific aeeda. Inspector ip^oiameadi^ this technigiid foe 
nisd Tsfijcaeyer feaoiblo to p^oi4do solidloa to coaaaoiiprol^oms. 

J^mlaistgatiyoe^eratitoi^yeiy Ca^ {l^t^lfosp^oa* Very Coodh DivisioaisrOrk 
load spears equitably dtstributed, Sli^ dsop la Reseaj^eh'^atelUte Q&MotkHmtk 
load duo to lact tfaited Hattona G^sioii ended ta I5ecemb^ hxd abt. och«^cd to reoumo 
antU April. Froat office aad secUoa stuper^sigst oporatiagfeteecttvely «ind saiootbly. 
Form errors metle^ 1.0i% Cia^ inspectioa 2*02%). No eal^afclvo errors detected. 
.St<aK>gKS»hic produotioa 2.01 pag^ per boar below Sareaa average aad dowa from 
provloas laspectioa, _ <Fisur€3 taciadeproiSictioaof steaogr^bers wbo eatered oa 
d% oao ve0i bdtbro curvey.) B^ypea above Seat of Governmeat average. Civisioa 
Jastructed to intensify traiida^ aad i^doctrJasitioa of pcTitoim Ho errors located ia 
tim© aad atteiidaac© regleters affeeiing friage b^efito. No abase of slcfe leave aoled. 
Odd'^bpiir 0hS^ JagUaed. Vobwiary overtime e^it^y shared and pro^etive* 
JDlvloioa economy Ooasciotis* Btapa oa iacomlag communicatioas re&iced olgi^antiy 
doi^siaspcc^oa, Eentab^g stops Justified. No Instances of delayed oi? improper 
mbmlssida of iafoitetioa by Udd delected and no Instances of delayed mail or file 
baadUiig by sapejpvj^r^ noted; 

^eraoanol Mattors ^ V ery Cood (Laat laspectioa -* Good). Total oersomiGl 300 
t^rovedimreatt complement sot at IST Asseata aad 173 clcrljs), down 2 Agents aad 
4 cleric slaco last inapectioa. Increased e^cioacy resulted ia clerical rcdactioa ia 

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Bet Inc^^Uon ^ l)om^lc MelUgence Biylsion 

sieao pool and Ageni sreducUon lit fwo 0ecito]23t .No adcdttonail. per^bimoi s^cq^dst^d^ 
Assistant IDlrecto^ agrees i^^rsonael aile^jdiald but hoi exde&sive. Assistant Dlircicbr 
indicated posaibld ^turd nccd^foi^ gpeelalA^nt IttCenlvial Heseain:)i VxM fov liscal 
1968. liispecfo)r poSntcid oat sU^t cnie load .droi> ^ l^ea^ireh'^atcUlte Section sind 
pO£^il)ilit7 that luturp needs i^cmld jbe illl(^ ironi isithin Division Assistaat Jpirectos' 
agre^ ho would t^em^iK aioH to |1U |ib33ible:^tnro noodi &om ^i^iin, Mylsldn and 
H tinablo to do ^ would submit Ml |ttsti£lcQtion ttivmy irc^cst* 

Coatacts «► gKeflilcnt ( hmt Xnspct^tion «> B^iceUeut). AaSistaut Diroetor and supcrvisiirs 
in Division otirrentlymi^Ua^ S40 contacts -» Increase o% 203 since last inspoction. 
Conla6ts in varied fields aiid in position to :&irnisH valu^le. ixtlo^msitidn and services 
In t}oi!i foreign and donlestic j^elds* Inspjcctpr retiommendetl scad Assisstiint director 
Sullivan agreed contact list ^s purged 6u sSs«*moni& basis ratheirthan annualiyt 



t. Assistant BitrdotorWilUamC, Suiil\^, J^08/4/41» C^-18> at $25^800^ 
not onjprdbation. In Dlvisipn oinc(^ 6/4/54^ Appointed ASsistiu^ Director @/2/@l. 
.Bated outstauding im. i0ۤ annual rating. Assistant Blrectot lias gre^ compmitissidn 
and deptlx in.the overall aecurii^ field., U^M.mosk edmpetexA and cioasitoed 
^{tremc4s^jio;^ai. j^o lias I'^spdct qt his subor(itnates^ He is ^jtialiiied to continue 
on present ^signincnt.. Attach^ top ^provil is letter to Sullivan sumnmrlMng 
Jij^BCtldtt findhi^. 



2« &spect6r j^dsc|th A.^ Sizoo, IsTumber^Oto Man« £0!£> 7/10/35, as clcrl^ 
11/1/38 as Agcmt^ m^Vi at $25,800, in IHvision since 0/i5/SS, not on probation, 
^pointed Kmnbeir On^.fSm d/WS>*i* Bated outstanding on iS66 annual rat^g. 8o 
libusincl^stikoandenihusiastibinhisassignnicntt He h&s great: technical and 
practical knowledge ol the <3v:e3?aU operations 6£ the Baif<pau. He has the respect 
of Ms dissociates and appealrs hig^y Qu^ii0ecl to continue in his ptf^evi assipmont. 
Attached letter to Sullivan \7ill also Inform Sizoo ol inspectioa^Uidhiss^ 



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8, J^lifqctox'ISonaidB. Moore, BO0 3/10/41, ^•^I'?#$25i860, li|2^visioix 
^ittc6 20/14/50^ Hot 6h j^s?o1}aiioiir Hejvaa ra^ca outstah^ogon 1066 ammai ra£ii^*- 
He pri^ents cRitaiaading iirp^strance, has imaeWaA. grasp of Burisau policy and 
^roceaites. He proy£b£i GifceUeot Ic^dar^hip aii^ has con£t(^&ce and respect of 
associateiSi, p@0nitely ^^D^taiiHe^} to eoz^imie in p^rcient assignment. 



4)., Eecomineh(3^Uolaa re. other personnel bahdledseparately. 




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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



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TO 



Mr. Callahan 



DATE: 3/28/67 



FROM : J. B. Adams 



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SUBJECT: SA DONALD Ei^MOORE 

Inspector - Espionage - Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Division 
EOD 3/10/41; GS-17, $25,800 



Jolson «- 
OeLoQch 
Mohr _. 

Wick , 

Casper ^ 
CaUahan 
Conrad . 

Felt^ 

Gale «. 



Hosen — -.— 
SuHJvoA — 

Tavel -- 

Trottet » — 
Tele.^ Boom 
Holmes ,__ 
Gondy .._ 



The following is a brief summary of SA Moore's record for 
the Director's use. 

He entered on duty 3/10/41 as a Special Agent and sub- 
sequently served in the New York^ Buffalo, and Indianapolis 
Offices and while assigned to Indianapolis, he served as 
Resident Agent in the Fort Wayne and Hammon^, Indiana, Resident 
Agencies. He was transferred to the Seat of Government on 
8/17/473 with assignment to the Security Division and follow- 
ing this assignment he served as ASAC in the Detroit and New 
York Offices,. On 10/14/56 he was again assigned to the Seat 
of Government in the Domestic Intelligence Division to v/hich 
division he is presently assigned and on 11/9/56, he was 
designated Inspector. He is in Grade GS-17> $25, §09 per annvim, 
is m years of age, married and has 4 chil dren. He is in his 
first office of preference. REC-139 { 67- ](T\ 0?\LL ^ 

I The Director last saw him on 3/10/66 viE^^^t^p^^^^^^ 
congratulated him and presented the Bureau s TwerftyMMv295re;4'g/ 
1 Service Av/ard Key on the occasion of his 25fch . FBT- Annivejgsar; 





During the past 5 v^e ars he has been GQMl^!ENDEILsn-J3 
occasions, the last being on 11/21/66 for his excellent over- 
all supervision of the Espion age investigation involving 
I I He has received ^ TN^rKF^'^'"^ 

AHAEDS, all of which were for Outstanding performance ratings 
(1962, 1963, 1965, and 1966), During this same period, he 
has been CENSURED on two occasi ons^ the last being on 12/13/63 
when it v/as detected that he shared in the over-all responsi- 
bility for the derelictions in connection with an official 
inquiry which had been. made with respect to the investigation 
and supervision of an extremely important security case 
involving Lee Harvey Oswald, It was ascertained that there 
were shortcoiaings in the supervision of the matter in the 
Espionage-Research Branch of the Domestic Intelligence ^^ 
Division, It was found that this investigation was not 
pursued with adequate intensity and thoroughness, a very 
important interview was improperly delayed and good judgment 
0>raspibt^,exef\53fsed in connection with the failure to include 



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PDH:Jef ( 
Permanent 




rief - Enclosure 



(OVER) 




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the name of thie subgect of this case on the ^Security Index • 

His overtime performance is satisfactory. 

On h/^/^h a 'Summary of Mr. Moore •s record was prepared 
for the Director's use and his CENSURE of 12/13/63 for his 
derelictions in connection with the Lee Harvey Oswald case 
V7as brought out. In this connection the Director noted: 
"Any more such derelictions by Moore will result in his 
removal from Seat of Goyt to the Field." 

During an inspection of the Domestic Intelligence Division 
in Pebruary-Marcli, 1967^ Assistant Director Felt commented that he 
presented an outstanding appearance, had excellent grasp of Bureau 
policy and procedures and he provided excellent leadership* He 
had confidence and respect of associates and was definitely quali- 
fied to continue in his present assignment • The various functions 
of the Division were rated as follows: 

PHYSICAL CONDITION AND MAINTENANCE ••♦vwVERY GOOD 
SPECIFIC DIVISION OPERATIONS K^.^.K^^KK'.'.'. •EXCELLENT 
ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS ^U'.KK'.KK'^XW^ .Y&Yl GOOD 
PERSONNEL MATTERS •♦>•• ••^••^ .^ •*♦.*. ♦^•♦V*^« ♦VERY GOOD 
CONTACTS ^.)•<i*•^•^•^f.^4^•*.'♦ •.•••"• J» . XK\UUU'.\ ♦EXCELLENT 







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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION . 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



'REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name, bf Employee: 



Where Assiigned; 



JJonaia B.^^ooro 






Domsstic 3:»t0llige»ce iReoat Office 



.Official' Position Title.,and Grade: 

April Xi i960 



(Division) " (Section, Unit) 

Injspector, pBy>li 



Rating Period: ^from 



to 



iJarcii'Sl, X067 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 









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Outstanding,lExceUenti Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 



Rated by:. 
Reviewed by: 
Rating Approved. by 




Assistant 



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A^Sisfd^, to ■ 
tii0 pix^0tor 



Signature 



Title 




atBero^^Arectbr 



Title 



4/3/67 



Date, 

4/3/67 



Date 



Ur/^/67 



Date 



TYR 



Qi^Official 



E QB REPC{^Z2Z^J^52&? 



p^ AaministraJtivo- , a 
* m *60^Day 1^0/ 



(23 '60-DaV 

TTJ-gp^Dar ^--^--^ J 

□ Transfer ^ 

I I Separation from ^Service 

□ Special 



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FD-I85a (Rev. n*8»6S) 



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PERFORMANCE RATING GUIDE 
FOR INVESTIGATIVE P.ERSONNEL 

(For use as attachment to. Performance Rating Form No. F0-IS5) 



Name of Employee DOIiald E> MOOre 



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"RATING GUIDE AND CHECK-LIST 



Note: 



Only those items, having pertinent bearing on employee's performance, should'heirated. All employees in same salary grade should be 
compared. J' ' ^ ^ - ' ' ' _ 

RATE ITEMS AS FOLLOWS: ^ . , , > 

Outstanding (exceeding excellent and deserving of special commendation). 
Excellent. * 

Sotisfactory (good or very good), 
: " *" , Unsatisfactory. 

_0 No opportunity to appraise performance during rating period.. 

Guide for determining adjective rating: 

1. "Outstanding" adjective rating requires (A) that all elements be -f and (B> that each and' everv^ rated element be factually, justified by, 
narrative details, including reasons for considering each worthy of Special Commendation and be attached to FD-185a. 

2, ''Excellent," ^"Satisfactory" or ** Unsatisfactory" adjective ratings will depend upon the composite result of evaluating all rated elements 
rather than following any mechanical formulas; however, for an employee to'be rated .**Excelleht" he must not be rated unsatisfactory on 
any performance evaluation factors on the rating guide and check-list and must be rated "Excellent" or "Outstanding" on the majority, of 
such rating factors. Good judgment" must be exercised to insure that adjective rating is. reasonable in the light of elements rated. 

"A. Aav element rated "Unsatisfactory'* must be supported by narrative comments. 

B. An official rating of "Unsatisfactory" must be supported in writing stating (1) wherein the performance is unsatisfactory, <2),the facts 

of the (90-day) prior warning, and <3) the efforts made after the. warning to help the employee bring his performance up to a'satisfactory 

level and must be. attached to FI>-185a. , 



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<1) Personal appearance. 

<2) Personality and effectiveness of his personal contacts. 

(3) Attitude (including dependability, cooperativeness, 

loyalty, enthusiasm^ amenability and willingness to 

equitably share work load). 

Physical fitness (including health, energy, stamina). 

Resourcefulness and ingenuity. 

Forcefulness and aggressiveness as required. 

Judgment, including common sense, ability to arrive at 

proper conclusions, ability to define objectives. 
(8) 'Initiative and the taking of appropriate action on own 

responsibility. ^ * ; ' 

Planning ability and its application to the work. 

Accuracy and attention to pertinent detail. 

Industry, including energetic^ consistent application to 

duties. 

Productivity, including amount of acceptable work 

produced and rate of progress 'on or completion of 

assignments. Also consider adherence to deadlines 

unless failure to meet; is attributable to causes beyond 

employee's control. 

Knowledge of duties, instructions, rules and regulations, 

including readiness of comprehension and "know how" 

of application. 

Investigative ability and results: 

_d[^(a) Internal security cases 

^ (^^ Criminal or general investigative cases 

__H— (c) Fugitive cases . 
O (ti^ Applicant cases 

«_„xL-(e) Accounting cases 



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(16) 
(17) 

(18) 



Firearms ability. 

Development of informants and sources of 

information. 



(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 



(9) 
(10) 
(11) 

02) 



(13) 



(14) 



Reporting ability; 



Investigative reports 
Summary reports; 
Memos, letters, vyires 
(Cpnsider: «ZlcohcLseness; 



clarity; 

thoroughness; 



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. (19) 
- (20) 



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Physical surveillance ability. 



(21) 



(22) 

(23) 
(24) 



\upnsiaer: «^::< 
-TCTorganization; 

Jdccuracv; ,Zl-adequacy and pertinency 
of leads; .:£radministrative detail.) 
Performance as a witness.^ 
Executive ability: 
^ <^^ Leadership 

Ability to handle personnel 
Planning 
Making decisions 
Assignment of work 
Training subordinates 
Devising procedures 
Emotional stability 
Promoting high morale 
Getting results 
Ability on raids and dangerous assignments: 

^ <^^ As leader 
_^_(b) As participant 
Organizational interest, such as making of sug- 
gestions for improvement. 
Ability to work under pressure. 
M i see 11 ane ou s , Spe c i fy and rate : 



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,(a) 
.(b) 
.(c) 
.(d) 
.(e) 
.(f) 
.(g) 
.(h) 
.(i) 
(i) 



Dictation ability 



A. 



Specifj^ general nature of assignment during most of rating period (such as security, criminal, app 
supervisor, instructor, etc.): 



^ Capab il ity gor -a ddl-ff ■ 
tlonal, resfionsiblli'ty 

lUcant squad, or as Kesioent AgenT, ^ 



Inspector in charge of the Espionage^Researcli Branch of the PIP^ ^ 

B. Specify employee's most' noteworthy special talents (such as investigator, desk man, research, instructor, speaker): ^ 

Administrator and executive >. [ \ ] ^ 

C. (1) Is employee available for general assignment wherever needs of service require? yeS (If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative 

comments.), ••-<--• . « « * - . 

(2) Js employee available for special assignment wherever needs of service require? JJfBSilt answer is not "yes, explain in narrative 
comments.) 

D. 1. Has employee had an abnormal sick leave record during rating period? JSrL-2. Has employee used more sick leave' (including annual 
leave or LWOP for illness) during rating period than the amount of sick leave earned during such period? nO ,(If answer to either 
question is ^yes," explain in narrative comments.) 



E. 



Is employee qualified to operate a motor vehicle incidental to his official duties? [XJ Yes 

If answerJs "yes," personnel file must reflect the following: (a) Has valid State oFTocal opera' 

(b) Is physically fit to drive, (c) Past safe driving record OK or has passed Bureau road test. 



irator 



s license for type vehicle he is to use. 



ADJECTIVE RATING: ■,.QUt Standing 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



EMPLOYEE'S INITIALS 



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March 31, 1967 

DONALD E. MOORE 
INSPECTOR 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 

Mr. Moore !ms continued to disciiarge the duties and 
fulfill the responsibilities required of him in his position as 
Inspector in charge of the Espionage^Research Branch of the 
Domestic Intelligence Division in such a superior manner as to 
merit an Outstanding performance rating for the period April 1, 
1966, to March 31, 1967. 

Mr. Moore has a vast, con^rehensive tmderstanding of 
all Bureau rules and regulations and is unusually capable of 
using such information for supervising subordinates. He has given 
leadership and direction to the Sections in his Branch, following 
current programs closely and quichly recognizing efforts that are 
not bringing completely satisfactory results. He is ingexiious 
in devising procedures and is open to all constructive suggestions. 

Mr. Moore makes an outstanding personal appearance and 
has a friendly, yet forceful, personality. On representing the 
Bureau as he must regularly do, he is a credit and an asset to it. 
He can handle a tremendous volume of work, meeting each problem with 
a fresh enthusiastic approach. His Judgment is sound, making his 
actions accitrate and his stqpervision accepted unquestionably. He 
has a rare knack for anticipating and avoiding situations of possible 
embarrassment prior to their materialization. 

Having a long record of loyal, dedicated service, Mr. Moore 
during the current rating period has continued to add to his tangible 
accomplishments. The superb fashion in which he has carried out his 
duties proves him to be an executive worthy of the rating of 
Outstanding being given him at this time. 



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Mr. Tolson 4-5,-67 

J. P. Mohr 

JOSEPH A. SI2500 DONALD E. MOORE 

Number One Man - Inspector ' fospecitor 
Xntemal Security - I<iaison Bi^ch Espionage - Besearch Branch 
Domestic liotelU^ence Division Ciomestic Melli^ence. Division 

CHABLESH, ^ANLEY 
Number One Man - Inspector 
Speciallnyestigative Division 

OOTSTANDMG ANNUAL PERFORMANCE BATINGS 

There are attached for approval the annual performance reports 
for Messrs. Sizoo, Moo>re and Staidey in which their services have i^en 
rated Outstanding for the period 4-iV66 to 3^31-67; Mr. DeLoach has signed 
these ratings as the Reviewing Official. 

In title event you approve these ratings, it is respectfully requested 
that the. Director sign both tiie .original ^d the copy of each of them as fiie 
Approving Official. Thereafter ^ey must be trmismitted to the Department 
with other such ratings for approval by the Departmental Committee on Incenr 
tive Awards,. Upon approval of the ratings by the Committee, they will be 
returned to Uie Bureau and Messrs. Sizoo, Moore and Staidey will each 
be fttmished a copy of his rating. They Vill ^o be entitled to cash Incentive 
awards tinder the provisions of the Incentive Awarids Plan. Messrs. Sizoo, 
Moore and. Stanley are in Grade 6S 17 and will be entitled to awards in the 
amount of $400 as has been approved in the past for those below thelevel of 
Assistant Director who are in Grade G^ 16 or above. 

RECOMMENDATION; 

That^the Director, as Approving Official, sign the original and 
the copy of each of tiie attached Outstanding performance ratings and upon 
approval of ratings by the Departmental Committee on.Incentive Awards, 
Messrs. Sizoo, Moore and Stanley each be granted an incentive award of 

$400. j67^^: ' \5^-^^ 

LDH:3ap |(4) ^^Eng|gguLres. A 
^- PersontferFile of Donald E.vMbore 
1 - PersonnetFile of Charles H. Stanley 
PERMANENT BRffiES ATTACHED, 



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PBHSONAL 



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Mr.. Donald E.YMOore 
Federal Bureau of Inyestigatipn 
Washington, J>. C. 





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To! son « 
DeLoach 
\Aohx 

wfck : 



Casper » 
CalloJian 
Conrad 

Gale 
Rosen 

Tavel 
Trotter 
Teler Boom 
tioltaes 
Gan(iy 




Deay Moore J ^ 

Tam pleased to- advise y6u;that you have been 
afforded an Outstandihg pe^ormaiice rating covering your 
performance from.Aprill, 196^, to March 81, 1987, which 
has been approved by the Departmental Committee on 
Inteentiy^ Awards., Youmay retain the copy of this rating 
which is enclosed., 

In recognition of your superb services,.! 
have' approved an incentive, award for you and. there: is 
enclosed a ciieck representing an a\vard of $400, 00; I have 
been pleased with the extremely capable; manner in which 
you have handled your responsibilities and Z want you to __^ 
toiow I am deeply apj^reciatlve.. ^h/^iO/^~30* 

Sincerfl; 



Enclosures (2) 

X- Mr. Sullivan (Personal Attention! ^.Enclbsure 
You 6hoiild personally present' this award and should this not be 
possible or should presentation be unreosqnably delayed by your 
qbsenGe official acting for you should present it.- Inform, employe© 




oiinKof rTiffffV. rftprgcjay^tg this .awdtd less Withholding tax. ^ 
] (sent direct) „,' 

NOTE; Saiutatioh:i)er'f£le. 

Based on memo Mohr r Tolson, 4/5/67 



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LRSIerslS} 
Award: #773-6 

ROOM I 1. TEUETYPI 





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E[?OJflAL!© E.MOtFJ' 




April 28, 1967 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 



Mr. Gale,^-^_„__. 

Mr. Rosen^^ 

Mr., SuUrvan 

Mr. TaveL-..^ 

Mr. Trotter-,-, 

Tele, Room» 

Miss Holmes 

Miss Gandy 



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I would like to express my deep appre- 
ciation for your generosity in approving the 
performance rating and award which Mr. Sullivan 
just presented to me. 

It has indeed been for me an eventful 
and rewarding career in the FBI and I am most 
fortunate in being able to work for such a justi- 
fiably proud organization. 

Sincerely yours, 
Donald E. 4loore 




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o^ Mr. John Edgar Hoover 
^^' Federal Bureau of Investigation , 
Washington, D. C. 




s^ai-eRea% 




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Medical Officer, in Charge 
United States 'Public Health. Service 
Fourth and D Streets, Southwest 
Washington,. D,, C, . 



BE: ' i^kAld syAm 



Ddar JSir: 



Would you Oplease give the above-Hcaptiohed 
individual the necessaiTr inoculations for overseas 
txiayel ^d assignment* . . 

Very truly yours. 



^ohn Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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Detoach > 

Uohx , 

'Wick ^ 

Casper *- 
CaHohcft 
ContadI -. 

Gale w— 



Hiss Frances G* Knight 

Director, i^ssport Office 

Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs 

Department of State \ 

Washington, O. ۥ \ 

Dear Miss Knight: 

V /Inspector Donald S 



1 - Liaison (Mr. Bartlett) 
1 «^ D* E« Moore 




^4fojDro^ and Supervisors / 
land 



are being sent on official business of this Bureau 'to 
Mexico City, Mexico, for a period of approximately two weeto 
on or about Hay 9, 1967 # 

Enclosed herewith are appl ication for ms for Offi cial 
3Passports prepared by Messrs » Moore, [^ . laniir" 



July 28, 1964, to 



issuea 



Also enclosed is Official Passnort nprnb er 

to I 

are regu 
Messrs. Moore, | [ and 

Mexican visas to oe affixed in the passports of all four of 
the above mentioned. 

You are additionally requested, when the passports 
are ready ^ to return them to our Iiiaison Agent for delivery. 



You are requ est ed to issu e Official Passports to 

]and to obtain appropriate 




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Enclosures ^ A 

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Sincerely 

REC-134 ^ . .. , 

John Edgar-aii6vp3P- 
Director 






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Bosen _^ : 

SuUivan — ^-^.lu.j.rr.... 
Tavel . , J .,, ,„_,„: 

Tel^. Hoom -™«-« 
Holmes mm,^^j^.^«.^ 
Gandy -- _ 



- NOTE ; Mentioned personnel designated to conduct inspection 6%^ 
: Eegat, Mexico City, Office to commence on. or about 5/9/67. 



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MAIL. ROOM (_J TELETYPE UNIT C-J 



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,FP-2S3 (Rev. 5-18-67) 






UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



In Reply^^Please Refer to 
FOeNo. 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 20S3S 

Dear Sir: 

For incliuslon In, the funti^ to be paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of the FBI who has previously 
contributed to this fund and who dies from any cause except self-destruction while employed qs. a, Special Agent, I am for- 
warding herewith (by Check - Money Order) the sum of $20, payable to S.A.I. F., to. be. Included in said fund. iPayment wiji be 
made for death by self-destxuctlon after the Agent has been a member of the fund for a continuous period of two years. It iS' 
understood and agreed that the sum tendered, herewith Is a voluntary^ gratuitous contribution, to said fund which I understand 
(s to be administered in the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to the acquisition, safe 
keeping and expending .of said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate action to the Director in pertinent matters. 
The Assistant' Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI shall receive all contributions and account for same to the 
Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent who is a member of said fundjthe apjsolnted ^committee will consider the case 
and submit a recommendation ^o the Director as to its conclusions.^ Appropriate Instructions will then be Issue'd to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Administrative Division^ directing him to pay to th6 designated beneficiary the sum of $20,000. The liability 
,of the fund shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount, of monies In the fund at the time any liability shall occur. 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH CO PIES TO THE BUREAU 
Official- Bureau Name (please type or print) 

SA ^^3^/r9UEs E. /^AeroR^ 

The following person is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund; 




Name (primary beneficiary;' use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address. 



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K/jgiv Hf^' y^^^x^/^a^r/^ y^' ^^S'/V 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) ^ 



Relationship 



Address 



Do you desire to designate the above-Hsted beneficiaries as the beneficiary and contingent beneficiary respectively of the 
Chas. S. Ross Fund as well? ^ Yes Q No If not, the entire following portion must be executed. 

The following person is designated as ,my beneficiary under the Chas. S. Ross Fund providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents killed in the tine of duty^ other than travel accidents. 



Name (primary beneficiary; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Very truly yours, 



Special Agcnl: I-siiirnc^ Fi:~d 



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Special Agent 









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FD-281a (Rev. 8-1 1-64), 











RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Date..., ^/mt 

I certify that I bave :g received Q returned the following Government property for official use; 



D. C. OFFICIAL PARKING PERMIT' #4667 

(expires 6/30/68) 



RETURNED 



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D. C. OFFICIAL PARKING PERMIT #1917 ' f FILE 

(expires 6/30/67) 3| 



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67". 



READ 



The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you ore responsible tor taking cere 
1plini)lt)g|1|^{>eiv^(*VM^os been completed. 

OTWORiRirUN IT 




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OR MUTILATE IT IN 



Very truly yours, 



(Signature) 




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(Typed name) D' E. Moore 



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SUBJECT; 



ornoHAi fo»M NO, lo 

MAT lt»J IDIIION 
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UNITIiD STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



Mx. Mobi- 
J. J, CacMfiJt; 





APPEARANCE OF BUREAU OFFICIALS 
BEFORE IN-SERVICE CLASSES 



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DATE: Julys, 1967 




Tolsoft — 
DcLooch '. 



s- 






In accordance with existing policy, this is a list of nanies of 
Assistant Directors who did not appear before In-Service classes as scheduled 
during the week of June 26, 19&J. 

• Mr-^J^llivan's lecture before Advanced Security Espionage In- 
Service on June 26^967, was handled by Mr, Donald ^S^fLoove^ as Mr, Sullivan 
was tied up on otlier official business. > 

"'"Mr^.^jVick's lecture before Advanced^ecurity Espionage In-Service 
on June 26, 1967, was'liandled by Mr. Thomas E.)feishop, as Mr. Wick had other 
commitments at his desk. / 

^"jV[r , ygallahan^s lecture before General Police Instructors* School 
on June 30, 1967, was handled by Mr. Harold N.)^assett, as Mr. Callahan 
had other commitments at his desk. / 

My lecture before General Police Instructors* School on June 30, 
1967, was handled by Inspector Jenkins, as I was on annual leave. 

RECOMMENDATION: 



Submitted for information. 



1 - Mr. Sullivan 
1 - Mr. Wick 
1 - Mr* Callahan 
1 - Mr. Casper 
TJJiaga ^j^^^^^^on 

JUL 11 19%^ . 



(6) 




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-1967 .. 



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■'■ Commandant Roger Hoffmann i 

Chof . 
- Service deKenseignexnexit do X*Etat " : "t 

Luxembourg ^ ' _ 

' Dear Major Hoffmann: ; 

It certainly "waa thoughtful of you to 
writo <»i June. 27th concerning the recent visit of 
Messrs J and X am indeed, pleased* ^^ 



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to know they found the time spent ^sdth us of help^ and 
yourmasTbe assured my associates appreciate^ ad X do, 

i:-.-."^."""^; '" Sinc6ro?y yours, "Z 



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1 ;-. ParlJB " Enclosure .:.:- " - -- 

i - Washington Field -; Enclosure 

Per sonal Attention 'SAC: Bring to the attcntlcm of SAs 

^nd Wilfred R. ScMarmam 



1 - Mr. Sullivan^- Enclosure 

Personal Attention:- Bring to the attention of apprqpriatie persponel. 
" 1 - Mr. Trotter - Enclosure . - ^ • « 

Personal Attention: -Bring to the attention of Mr. 
1 - Mr. Casper - Encloiaure _ 
, : . Personal Attention: Bring to the'attention of inspector Thomas J« 
' Jenkins. • ^ _ , _. . ..Hlimj^- i 

67-N'''^'^Fee"?orso®ylFlle8 and NOTE next page. •--« 



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Commandant Roger Hoffmann 



1 - Personnel File of Inspector Thomas J. Jenkins - Enclosure 

- Personnel File of Inspector Donald E* Moore - Enclosure 
1 - Personnel File of SA William A. Branigan - Enclosure 
1 - iPersonnel File of SA Charles D, Brenna n - Enclosure 
1 - Personnel- File of SA ] j- Enclosure--^ -- 

-1--^' Personnel File of SA Mario uregorio - Enclosure 
1 - Personnel File of SA Richard W, Smith ^ Enclosure 



be 



1 - Personnel File of SA 



- Enclosure 



^li;l Personnel File of^A Wilfred R.Schlarm an - Enclosure 
.l..--^Pers6nnel FUe of Mr, 



- Enclosure 



NOTE: Bufiles disclose? Ma:j or Hoffmann met the Director 3-24-;jS5^ 
We f have had pr ior cordial-correspondence with him. Messrs. 
and 



visited thq Bureau on 5-3-67 and 5-22-67. During their 
visits, they held conferences with Inspector Jenkins of the Training 
Divisionj Tnsnfintor Mnnre and SAs William A. Branigan, Charles D. ^^ 



Brennan, 



Mario Gregorio, and Richard W. Smith 



of t he Domestic Intellige nce Division, SAC Joseph D* Purvis and 

Jand Wilfred R. Schlarman of the Washington Field 



SAs 

Off ice, and were conduc ted-on a tour of the Identification Division by 

Mr, 



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LE CHEF 

DU SERVICE DE RENSEIGNEMENTS 

DE L'ETAT 



Luxembourg,, June 27th, 196 7\ 



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It was a great pleasure to me to hea r 
from the two mem bers of my Ser vice, Mr ' ' 



]and Mr. 



on their return 



from 



the United States how much they appreciated their ^ 
visit to the Bureau* 



They told me of the most interesting 
and instructive talks they had with your agents 
in the field of operational procedures. ^ Mostly 
impressed by the kindness and proficiency of your 
collaborators, they highly appreciated their ^ 
discuss ions v/ith ass istant-director Bill SULLIVAN 
and Mr. 



I am grateful to you for making this stay 
at the FBI possible and I want to thank you very 
much on this behalf. 

Could I ask you to forward my t hanks to 



and to those 



Mr. Bill SULLIVAN, to Mr . 

agents that our two men had the privilege to ^meet 
during their stay with the Bureau ? 



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To r 

Mr. John Edgar HOOVER, 
Director, Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, > 

WASHINGTON 25, D.C. 



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rD-2S3 (Rev. 5-18-67) 




a © 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUR;EAU OF INVESTIGATrOjM 



In R^fyf Please Refer to 

Director 

Fedejral Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, p.. C, 20535, 

Dear Sir: 

For Jncluslort In the fund to be paid to the designated bqnofJciary o( any special Agejnt of the, F0I who has previously 
contributed to t^ls iund ,<in<i who dies from any^ cause except self-destru^tlon whijte empJoy.ed as a Special Agent/I am for- 
vfarding herewith (by Check r Money Order)' the suih of, 520». payable to S.A.I.F., tp be Included in sai^ fund* Payment w.iU ho 
mptde for death by self-d^^truc^on after jthq Agent has been a member of th« /«rtd for a contfxxuous peri<>d of two years. l\ is 
understood^ qnd "agreed that, the ^um. tendered .^erewijh is a voluntaity^ gratultouj^ .cbntrlbxition to s.ald fund which J undet^tgnd 
Is'to be administered irv the foUowJng manner. 

The Director of \the FBI ^il\ appoint a committee which .sHaU consider ail matters pertaining |o the acquisition^ safe 
keeping fxnd ^expending of said jfundy which committee WUI recommend appropriate, .action ,to the Director Ij? pertinent^ tt>atter6'. 
The Assis!t<3ht Director 6f the Aclministrative Division of the FBI shaH receive qi| contributions and account for sgm^e to the 
Director. .Upo^ ^he death ojt any Special Agent who is d member of said fund the appointed committee wiU^con^lder the case 
and submit a recommendation to the plrector as to Its; conclusions. Appropriate instructions will then be Issued to the Assist- 
ant Director of the Admlnlstralive Division, directing him io pay to the designated beneficiary th^ sum of $20,000. T^e ilabHUy 
of the fund shall not under any plrc^umstances excee^d" the, amoiun^ of monies in the fund at t.h^ jtlme any Jidbflity shall occur. 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE. BUREAU 



Official Bureau" Name. <please type or print) 



SA 



Date 



Office of Assignment (or SOG Division) 



The following person is designated as my* beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund; 
Name (primary beneficiary; use, given first name if female) 

M{ii. h:, <J6L>^/N/ A/\ooR£ .. 



Relationship, 



Address 



Name (conrmgent.beneficiary.af desired; use given first name if female) I r^i^*;^^^! 



Relationship 



Address 



Do you desire to designate the above-listed beneficiaries asfthe beneficiary and c6ntingenl beneficiary respectively of Jhe 
Chas. S. Ross" Fund, as well? Cg[ Yes. QNo If not, the entire following portion miist be executed. 

The following person is designated as my beneficiary .under the Chas. S. R9SS Fund , providing $1500 death benefit to 
beneficiary of agents kllled.in the Jine of duty, other than travel accidents. 



Name (priraary-beneficiiary; Use given first name iC female) 



Relationship" 



Address 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female). 



Relationship 



Address 



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Very truly yours,. 



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"Standard Forni«38 
.(Rev. June 1956) . 
Bureau ofiliflrpudgct 
Circular Ar32/: Rev.) 




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REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMrNATION 




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1. UST fJAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 



h^/f/^ yp^yf/^A/y .^^ 



•4. HOME ADDRESS (NuctM. And or RFD^ cUv or town, zom and StcU) 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT. OR POSITION 



3. IDENTIFICATION NO. 



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5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



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6. DATE OF EXAMINATION 



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8. RACE V ' ' 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT^. SERVICE 



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10. AGENCY, 



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CIVIUAN 



II. ORGANIZATION^UNIT-vl * T^T^ 



t2. DATE OF BIRTH 



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13. PLACE OF BIRTH 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 

A//\//y}r^ 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (TWo/) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



NOR- 



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umnj enter "NE'" if not evalattted.y 



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19, NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22. 



EARS— CPNFRAL "'^'' ** «(.ea»4lj) {.Andilofy 
£AH5 0£H£KAL ^^^^^ ^^^^ ,^^ 70 and 7i) 



23. DRUMS (PtrfoTction) 



24: 



cvc««.r: purPAf iVttval acuttv and refraction 



25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (Equality and reaction) 



27. 



OCULAR MOTlLITY^^^jrj^^^" "'^'^ 



28, LUNGS AND CHEST (Inelud€%riast*y '* 



29. HEART {Thruit, size, rhytitm, soundf) 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM iVaricositusletc.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hernia) 



32. 



ANUS AND RECTUM {^/r^^^^;; fc^J? " 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



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34. G-U SYSTEM \j 



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35, 



UPPER EXTREMITIES ^tioJ!)^' ""** *^ 



36. FEET 



37. LOWER EXTREMlTIES/^;S;^^{^Ji;^,^^.^^ 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. 



SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC (Equiltbriutnjift$ under item Tt> 



42. PSYCHIATRIC (Spedfranv pertonalitydewiali^n} 



43. PELVIC (Femaie^ onlp) (Check how done) 

D VAGINAL *n RECTAL 



ABNOR 
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NOTES^ (Describe every abnormality in detail. Enter pertinent item number before each 
cof^imenf. Continue in item 73 and use additional sheets if necessary,) 

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44. DENTAL <P^ac« appropriate tymbolz above or btlow number of upper and lower tuih, respectiitly.) 



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l^NonrettoraUt teeth 



X— Mitixna teeth 
XXX^Replaced bt denturez 



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9. 



10 II 12 13 14 15 . 16 £ 



24. 23 22 21 



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RP^ARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL 
AND DISEASES 







UBORATOAr FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS: A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY 



B. ALBUMIN 



C. SUGAR 



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47. SEROLOGY (Specify t€ii uudAdravIt) 



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D. MICROSCOPIC 






l4 



^T^ /l^ 



49. ILOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



46. CHEST XRAY (Place, daU^film number and tezuU) 



\ i \%%' Ufl^L 



50. OTHER TESTS 



/ 



/- / 



. V 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



5t. HQGHT 



HEIGHT -^ 52. WEIGHT 53. COLOR HAIR 54. COLOR E\ 

BLOOD PRESSURC^/lrm«(Awrt/*r*Z) f * 53. 



55. BUILD: 
{Check one) 



SLENDER 



MEDIUM HEAVY 



OBESE 



56. TEMPERATURE 



57. 



PULSE (Arm at Keart Urtl) 



A. 
SITTING 



SYS, 



DIAS, 



7^ 



m 



B. 

RECUM. 

BENT 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



C. 
STANDING 
(5 min.) 



SYS, 



A. sirriNc 



DIAS. 



ri/MJ ' 



B. AFTER EXERCISE 



C. 2 MIN. AFTER 



0. RECUMBENT 



£. AFTER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



DIStANT VISION 



60. 



REFRACTION 



NEAR VISION 



RIGHT 20/ y/^ ^ CORR.TO20/ ^ Q^-^ j 



BY 



CX 



^-^f^: 



LEFT20/y2. dP-t^ CORR.TO20/ ^ O 



BY 



CX 



CORR.TO 



6Z. HETEROPHORIA (Sptcify dUtanct) 
ES» EX* 



R. H. 



UH. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PD 



63. ACCOMMODATION 


64. COLOR yi«K 


jf*<7V** 


mtd and ''««7*^ Av* 


y ""'■■■■ 


65, DEPTH PERCEPTION 
{Test used end t«fft) 


UNCORRECTED 


RIGHT LEFT 


/^/^ ':^/L 


CORRECTED 


66. HELD OF VISION 


67., NIg'hT VISION (r«( ttwd and ^orrT 


68. RED LENS TEST ! 


69, INTRAOCULAR TENSION 


-70," HEARING 


7t. AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
iT€ti$ui€d and KOTC) 

1 


RIGHT WV /15 SV ^ /1 5 


r- 


250 

^ jP5ff 


500 

SI9 


1000 
lOSA 


toi« 


3000 

t89« 


4000 

4099 


cooo 

6tU 


8C00 


LEFTWV /15 SV f ""^ /I5 


RIGHT 








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UFT 


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73. HOTES (OmllniUi) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 




c/'cjdLJi yij2xteM«i^<^^v02_jj , 



{Use cdditi<mal tkcettifnccetiarf) 



*K ' *- .-=».-- 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (LUt diaffncttrtoUh item number$) 



X^. \ *'" ' • ""'^ c ^''^'^^ 



f .- *-^ ., f 



iff* "* 



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75. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED {Specify) 



76. 



A. PHYSICAL PROntE 



H 



77. EXAMINEE (Cft^cfc) ^ j^ ^^ 

A.feir^AUfi«.«RA^ f/^-/^^ 

8, D IS NOT QUAOFIED FOR 



B. PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



7». IF NOTOUAUFIEO. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



SIGNATURE / 



l.yWPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSJ^IAN , . / ^ 



80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



81. TYPED 0R^PRINTED/4AME OF DENTIST OR ^H^YSICIAN </ndfca(* vsikich\ 



SIGNATURE 



82, TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



SIGNATURE 



^ ^ .i*- 



NUMBER OF AT- 
TACHED SHEETS 







iMi tf 'nuM. -u. fM^^Jk rit- -nv^ 



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9-15-67 



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Mr, Moore 



Please advise this Unit il your vision 
has been corrected to 20/20, Thank you, 




Physical Unit - 4541 



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FD-3aO (Rev. 2-9-67) 



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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance of .Medical Examiner 



/^/y^/?£, /i>A/^A/y 



62 


69 


65 


72 


67 


76 


68 





Name of Examinee 

(Type or print) " ' L'CSt First Middle 

The following portions of the attached- examination report form need not be completed; 

2 9 

3 11 

4 14 
'8 17 

m 

46. Is necessary unless facilities for affording, same are not readily available*. 

4 

48. Not required unless examinee is oyer 35 years of age or examination indicates such is desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same are not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent applicants 
and Special Agents: Applicants for the, SpeciaL Agent position will not be accepted if the hearing 
loss exceeds a ISdecibel .average in either ear in the conversational speech range (500, 1000, 
2000 cycles). ^ . 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 

The medical examinerlshould answer the, following question: 

Examinee C^is- -□.is not qualified for strenuous physical exertion. . 

' — " - - - ^ "^ ^~■ 

To be Answered in the Case of All Mal^e Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive tactics and 
dangerous assignments which might entaiLthe practical use of firearms? 



CZllfc 



No Q ^es* If **yes" please specify defects.. 



2. Doe^examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
No (3 Yes If "yes" please specify defects;_ — ; ^J -"-' ./' \ 



3. For safe driving of motor vehicles, Civil Service Commission requires distant vision must test at 
least 20/40 in one eye^and 20/100 in the other, correc^d or uncorrected. Should examinee wear cor- 
rective glasses while operating a motor^ vehicle? [3^es Q No 
If recoinmendation is based on a factor other than above standard, indicate basis -^- ^, 

$.V/<(^.^i/g^vyas advised on^^^^^^^^^^^ *^^ . 



wiH |p2 nec2:sr;ry w htm to wear correct^o f^lk ^ (\) r\V/ (i f) ^^ ' / 



Desirabje Weight Rangesfbr Males 



Height 



Small Frame 



Medium Frame 



Large Frame 



5'r 



. 117 ,- 125 



123-135 



131 - 148 



5' 5' 



120 - 129 



W^j^^iN. Oli 134 - 152 



5'6' 



124 - 133 



130 - 143 



134 - 148 ' °< 



138 - 157 



5'7 



128 - 137 



143 - 162 



5'8'' 



132 -.141 . 



138 - 152 



147 - 166 



S'Q" 



136 - 146 



142 - 156 



15L- 170 



5'10'' 



140 - 150 



146 - 161 



155 - 175 



5'ir 



144-154> 



150 - 166 



160 - 180 



148 - 158 



154- 171 



164 - 185 



6'r 



152 -. 163 



158 - 176 



169 - 190 



6'2' 



156 - 167 



163 - 181 



174 - 195 



6'3" 



160 - 171 



168 - 186 



178 - 200 



6'4" 



169 - 180 



178 - 196 



188 - 210 



6'5' 



174 - 185 



182 -'202 



192-^ 216" 



4. Examinee/s frame is O sihall Q] medium <[3iarge 



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5. Considering above weight table, the examinee's frame, and otbei; individual physical characteristics, 
r consider his present weight ^m Satisfactory T~] Excessive Q, Deficient 



«6. Under.proper medical supervision, employee should r~1 1ose 

a gain 

Remarks: - ^ 



pounds 
pounds 



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Signature of Medical Examiner 



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August)Cvi967 



'Mr. William C. Sullivan 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, D, C. 

Dear Mr. Sullivan: 

I want to conimend, through you, the personnel in 
your Division for their splendid efforts in connection with infor- 
mation which was presented to the President's National Advisory 
Commission on Civil Disorders- 

Through their spirit of enthusiasm and willingness 
to get the job done without regard to personal convenience, a 
great deal of necessary research was accomplished in a short 
time. Please convey to them my deep gratitude for their 
effective teamwork. 

Sincerely yours, 



1 - Mr. SuUivJin (Personal Attention) - 

Copy of this letteris being placed in files of appropri^w^ 



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(Sent Direct) .-^\w"^ 




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(52) 

Based on memo Sizoo to Sullivan 8-3-67 re Brief Ifrepared by Domestic 
Intelligence Division for the Director's Testimony Before the President's 
National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. 
Copies prepared and attached for placing in personnel files of: (OVER) 











Mr. William C. Sullivan 
FBI, Washington, D, C. 



James F. Bland 
Paul L> Cox 



-fhUip F.Enlow 
W. Hammond Flovd 



o. naroia liiascocK 
Robert M, Horner 
John A. Jackson 



Albert B. Knickrehm 
Thomas J. McNiff 
Charles A, Parkis 
Joseph Ct Trainor 



he 

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Joseph G. Deegan 



Thomas J. Dpakin 



Charles D. Brenrian 
Russell H. Horner 
Joseph A. Marion, Jr 



Kusseii b, Ciarner 
John E, Keating 
Donald E.Mooxe 
Joseph A. Si ZOO: 



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ELECTION. DECLINATION. OR WAIVER 
OF LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE 

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PROGRAM 



IMPORTANT 
AGENCY INSTRUCTIONS 
ON BACK OF ORIGINAL 



TO COMPLETE THIS FORM- 
FOLLOW THESE GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: 

• Read the back of the "Duplicate" carefully before you fill in the form. 

• Fill in BOTH COPIES of the form. Type or use ink. 

• Do not detach any part. 



FILL IN THE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION BELOW (please print or type) 



NAME (last) 



(first) 



M^'O'^e: tiof^/iuo 



(middle) 



EI^PLOYING DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY 



f.&.Z. l/:S.D£Pr. a^ Justice 



DATE OF BIRTH (month, day, year) 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



LOCATION (City, State, ZIP Code) 



MARK AN "X" IN ONE OF THE BOXES BELOW (do NOT mark more than one): 



Mark here — 
if you 

WANT BOTH 
optional and 
regular 
insurance 



"1 

D 

(A) 



Mark here 

if you 

DO NOT WANT 

OPTIONAL but 

do want 

regular 

insurance 



>^ 



(B) 



Mark here 

if you 

WANT NEITHER 

regular nor 

optional 

insurance 



"1 

D 

(C) 



ELECTION OF OPTIONAL (IN ADDITION TO REGULAR) INSURANCE 

I elect the $10,000 additional optional insurance and authorize the required deductions 
from my salary, compensation, or annuity to pay the full cost of the optional insurance. 
This optional insurance is in addition to my regular insurance. 



DECLINATION OF OPTIONAL (BUT NOT REGULAR) INSURANCE 

I decline the $10,000 additional optional insurance. I understand that I cannot elect op- 
tional insurance until at least 1 year after the effective date of this declination and unless 
at the time I apply for it I am under age 50 and present satisfactory medical evidence 
of insurability. I understand also that my regular insurance is not affected by this declina- 
tion of additional optional insurance. 



WAIVER OF LIFE INSURANCE COVERAGE 

I desire not to be insured and I waive coverage under the Federal Employees Group Life 
Insurance Program. I understand that I cannot cancel this waiver and obtain regular in- 
surance until at least 1 year after the effective date of this waiver and unless at the time 
I apply -for insurance I am under age 50 and present satisfactory medical evidence of in- 
surability. I understand also that I cannot now or later have the $10,000 additional 
optional insurance unless I have the regular insurance. 



SIGN AND DATE. IF YOU MARKED BOX "A" OR "C". 
COMPLETE THE "STATISTICAL STUB." THEN RETURN 
THE ENTIRE FORM TO YOUR EMPLOYING OFFICE. 



SIGNATURE (do not print) 



DATE 



^.^^^ /-^^ /^^-^ 



FOR EMPLOYING OFFICE USE ONLY 



(official receiving date stamp) 

FEB 1 4 1968 



See Table of Effective Dates on back of Original 



ORIGINAL COPY— Retain in Official Personnel Folder 

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STANDARD FORM No.'17&-T 
JANUARY 1968 
(For u$a only until April 14, 1968) ^__ 
ITfi 10] ^^\^^j 



INSTRUCTIONS TO EMPLOYING AGENCY 



1. Who must file*-^A\\ employees not excluded by law or 
regulation from insurance coverage, including those who 
have previously waived coverage, are required to com- 
plete and file Standard Form 176-T. Employees who are 
in the service on February 14, 1968, as well as those who 
are appointed after that date but before April 14, 1968, 
must file the form. 

2. Automatic cancellation of previously filed waiv' 
ers. — All "Waivers of Life Insurance Coverage'* (SF 53) 
on file are automatically canceled as of the first day of the 
first pay pbriod beginning on of after February 14, 1968. 
Payroll offices are to begin regular insurance deductions 
on the automatic cancellation date for employees who 
do not file a new waiver, i.e., those who do not check box 

, C of SF 176-T, on or before that date, 

3. Employees failing to file. — If an employee does not 
return a completed SF 176-T, contact him and urge him 
to do so even if he does not want optional insurance (he 
will, of course, be automatically covered for regular in- 
surance). If he still fails to file SF 176-T by April 14, 
1968, or 31 days after appointment, whichever is later, 
file one for him as of that date: mark box B, and note 
in the space provided for his signature "employee con- 
tacted — failed to elect optional insurance." See note 2 
below. 

4. Review of completed forms. — (a) Review both copies 
of the SF 176-T for legibility, completeness, and con- 
sistency. Reconcile with the employee any obvious major 



discrepancy such as a mark in more than one box. 

(b) If the employee marked box A or box C, make sure 
the Statistical Stub is complete. Then detach and mail 
stubs, in a bundle, weekly to: 

Office of Federal Employees* Group Life Insurance 

(Statistical Study) 

4 East 24th Street 

New York, New York 10010 

(c) If the employee marked box B, detach and destroy 
the stub. 

Date of receipt and effective rfa/e.-^(a) Stamp date 
of receipt by employing office in the space provided for 
this purpose on both the Original and the Duplicate, 
(b) The effective date is determined from the table be- 
low. 

Disposition of forms. — (a) File the Original SF 
i76-T in the official personnel folder in all cases. 

(b) Any necessary payroll change, with effective date, 
may be posted in the space reserved on the Duplicate 
for employing office. 

(c) The Duplicate may be destroyed, if no payroll action 
is required, or after the requirements of the agency*s 
payroll system have been met. 

Use of SF J76-r,-^SF 176^T "Election, Declination, 
or Waiver of Life Insurance Coverage'* should not be 
used after the initial filing period (after April 14, 1968) . 
A revised edition will be available for use after that date. 



TABLE OF EFFECTIVE DATES 



DATE SF 176-T 
RECEIVED BY 


EMPLOYEE'S DECISION 


EFFECTIVE DATE 
(IF NO WAIVER, SF 53, IN EFFECT) 


EMPLOYING OFFICE 


OF DECISION 


OF DEDUCTIONS 


On or before February 14, 1968. 


Elects optional (in addition to regu-. 
lar) (box A). 

Declines optional (but not regular) 
(box B). 

Waives regular (so ineligible for 
optional) (box C). 


Coverage effective February 14, 
1968.- 

Declination effective February 14, 
1968. * 

Waiver effective last day of pay peri- 
od in which February 14, 1968 
falls. 


Deductions begin 1st day of 1st 
pay period beginning, on *or after 
February 14, 1968. 

Deductions stop last day of' pay 
period in which February 14, 1968 
falls. 


After February 14 but not later 
than April 14. 1968. 


Elects optional (in addition to regu- 
lar) (box A). 

Declines optional (but not regular) 
(box B); 

Cancels previously elected optional 
(but not regular) (box B). 

Waives regular (so ineligible for op- 
tional) (box C). 


Coverage effective on date of receipt. 

Declination effective on date of re- 
ceipt, but employee loses auto- 
matic optional protection on Feb- 
ruary 14, 1968. 

Cancellation effective last day of 
pay period in which received. 

Waiver effective last day of pay peri- 
od in which received. 


Deductions begin 1st day of 1st 
pay period beginning on or after 
date of receipt. 

Deductions for optional stop last . 
day of pay period in which re- 
ceived. 

Deductions stop last day of pay pe- 
riod in which received. 



NOTES: 1. Because regular insurance coverage and deductions are automatic unless waived (by checking box C), A and B elections do not affect regular insurance effective dates. 

2. An employee for whom the agency files SF 17&-T because he failed to file is deemed to have declined optional, but not regular, insurance. 

3. An employee with an uncanceled waiver (SF 53) on file cannot be insured any earlier than the first day he is In duty and pay status in a pay period beginning 
on or after February 14, 1968; filing of an SF 276-T before that date will not cancel an SF 53 any earlier. Deductions begin the day he becomes insured. 

4. The effective date of regular (and optional) insurance coverage for an employee who has been on leave without pay for more than 1 year is the first day he is in 
pay and du^ status. Deductions are effective the same day. 










Name: 



EOD: 



A 



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DONALD E.WOORE 



3/10/41 



Veteran: No 
Reserve Status 



N.A. 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. C 
(WCS:inls 2/14/68) 



Cy^jSw 



Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage-Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Div 

Grade: GS-17, $26,960 

Not on probation 

Not on limited duty 



VAN Mr« Moore has been assigned 
to his present position as 
Inspector in Charge of the 
Espionage-Research Branch since October, 1956. Therefore, he is 
thoroughly experienced in this capacity and has continued to 
function in an aggressive and highly satisfactory manner. Even 
prior to this assignment, he had a well-rounded background in 
both field and Seat of Government administration and certainly 
can be considered a specialist in the espionage and intelligence 
field. He is knowledgeable concerning all facets of Bureau 
operations, with particular emphasis on the matters under his 
supervision. 

Mr. Moore is well liked by his subordinates and commands 
their respect. He makes an excellent impression on the many 
contacts that he makes, is well dressed, poised, and self-confident. 
He is within desirable weight limits. 

On his annual performance rating of March 31, 1967, 
Mr. Moore was again rated Outstanding. By letter to me of 
August 9, 1967, the Director requested that personnel be commended 
for their splendid efforts in connection with preparation of informa- 
tion presented to the President's National Advisory Commission on 
Civil Disorders. Mr. Moore participated in this project. By 
letter dated June 27, 1967, from Commandant Roger Hoffmann, Chief 
of the Luxembourg Intelligence Service, to the Director the Commandant 
commended the Agents who Jiriefed men of his staff on their visit 
to the Bureau. Mr. Moore was among this group. 

Mr. Moore is fully capable of performing his present 
duties in an outstanding manner and is considered able to assume 
additional responsibilities. He is interested in and available 
for advancement. 

Rating: Excellent 



6?3fOT RECORDED' 




Domestic Intelligence Division Inspection 



wmmmmmif 



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INSPECTOR D. W. MORLEY: 
(DWMiwmj 3/8/68). 



For comments of Inspector see 
memorandum W. M. Felt to Mr. Tolspn 
dated March 6, 1 968, captioned 

"Inspection - Domestic Intelligence Division; Inspector 

2/12/68 - 2/28/68. " 



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March 0, 10G8 
II^PECTIdK--D02AiSSTIClNT6LHGENQBBIVI^ON ' - 

Offtdalst "^iUtam C. SsOilv^, Aesistaht Cirectar in Char^ etncQ WM^H Inspector 
JogepaA. 6izbo,i5Tttmb@rCB^Mani imdiBjpan<m<?Bief Ototeri^ 
O/waV? Inspectoi' JEfenaidU ^boieo, BMch CM^f ^cpiona^e - itesMrcli) istoe^ 
lS/i4/5av l^astihcpecttoii: 2/20-SAO/G?. 

]Ph^sical Conation andMalntenancG - Very <3ood (tiact Inspection -< Vbipy Giood); Dlvielpn 
occiipies same cpace as la^t year, half of 6th |iQQ)r4a<i entire llooro ?? t&tougkiO ol 
cpainiorciai fauJDldlns: at Dth^nd p Ett^eia, m. tv; Space* eonslcfered attrai&tiyo and sfecuro, 
HoUeebeMng deUhi4u0n,cies(^jtimiaor ttatnre either corriacited da spot or ordered corijecBd 
lllvidcmlia^iuse-bf 2carswMch1areftai5rutUte^ Kd safety -defo^tBt Storage soci^» 
(?no aute accldsiit ^ince last fncpeo^lon. Agent laotJjeiclteppomjlblo., 

^pocitic MvisionC^ratioasr Excellent (l4^|n^cttoa t j^cellent)^ pp^ntialiyex- 
plosive racial Situation cxints iR^thacUvitloo of uaillt^nt: and idolepce-prdae leaaerp su<^ ■ 
asStokely Cai-n^chael attomptIii{i to *i|»ite JJegro elylLright^ tPfpups Into a Black United 
3?rdatijmdMaiptlniiUther^iiteplann^ . 

Aprils ItJsS. Ef arked increase inracjal Sirfor^ts from 574 to. 1, 146 or m%. i*eed for 
a^itionai feiorniantfl strongly jirescdd. 

'Total penditf^ security matters 32, 66t(i/3i/6a>iiprroi^^^ ' 

increase. Field ^linquehciy 1/41/68 (5.0%) downfrom liBtiiispeclldn TO). On monthly 
InsliS DlvisiopioUow^; ofiiftee liaVing delingtocy coaislcferod hla^. iDivlelon accompUf^ 
ments cpattriao on h^ letcl in covoragcr and asri^tion of Co^fltmunlot Birty, fronts, 
B3an*hate oygjinteatloas, Jtre^r tclfc orgaaiiK^ piack i^atie^et; gro5]^£^^d Soviet 
Bloc; Whit^ House, Attiprney General and interested agencies Jidyiied )premp^:^ oit 
pertinent^suljverfiive andi^ciai acU^dtiecJ, SOLQ operatton coatinueo tdJumleh valuable 
ihforidiatida,- total of 24 micciono- completed,. 2 Jtdlhce last inspection, 1 currently in 
progress* ^vision instructed to C(mtiniie empliaj^e on i?ew l.ef t f4pve9ient qm^ leading 
^ettvicts, eocurity informants dccreagedirom 1242, i2/ei7) b 1032 (2/08) due to fervor- 

Coihmuniot:tety, "US A.- iavicIonhailiiGtiti^tedetee^EUiidi^^eperationsa^^ 

t?Mch wiU resist in savings to 3iir6au.. Su^cttons ma^ H mspeetor ym ^^sist in^s 

Regard. i;^tionaiaties liitelligenco pectioa contfoiiefe to deveWp valuable ihtemgence data 

, bnnaa.'=Eoykypioc?cpmite^^ ; 

'" ^MiB-W^fr3^ tP davelop poisltive intolUcejace information; an,d 

' 1 «• £. cS8l^i&^ifr.-^r^Acbms)^ (Sent pepaijitely) ..^^x-^"^ 

1 -Fofe^Tnel Fiibo of "^^llliam C. SiOUvan, JosephA. 0.zoq and Bonal ^.^oore 
Enclosure B7.M:^|(7) f \CO^E?UEp - OVEIi 



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Memo for Mr. Tplpoa 



mOVQ iXdbratlimtQ goncernltin- (!Mni>r.ff f*ntnmtiHy>.» «Hf«Hf.>na^^ aftttvi^OQ^ 4 40Ul}lp OS^ntS 

?i**.A**^^ o|)exaiion-^th| ^.-___ Jbein^ ceeratpcl in Cbinese b7D 



in^lUgenpo ileld^ Kcpdcfafpesed foradOltfonal tefoijmahta«d double iigent coyerage. 




, ^ . > . - . - „ _- JfilbjUtgQL 

actlvities.^^ Casa loa<lX4iti|S.Amei^lcan Section gubistanttaUy' incroajsed clixc^ last Mdpoc- 
tloa dttP to Jntensific£ittpn<tf Cuban Bfifugoe Kedgi^am to detect Cubai^ stgectsf 

24 4oiiblp aspnts ci^rrontly^lJelngojperatedagainBtCiibahMeiMgen^^ 
Irdm last Ins^pttba (19 double agents), T bf U Cubaii United Nations o^dala idontmed 
as ^Pwtf or enspecte^ jyritelU2e5iBe ^gehts. liacpectbi^V eiggesilok implembnted to cor- 
r<&orate Cuban- double age^t contacts i&ith. Cuban tTnltcdHatlbas omclals* ^IrbamUnlRg: 
procedures Inctlfeited Tt»y Diviclai In handling infermants and otbpir proscamo by howaA, 
Me^cP City, shCiad result in cavlngd of $37^000. 

As <tf 2/1/68, 44 double agents beln^.tjpeiated against Sovibts (51 last Inspoctloa) j 
, 222 individuals under development as pbteidiai-^ublb agentji. 5 ^fbctors in place (same 
' as latstlh^ctipa), alt presently pi^ or couhti;^^) however* 2 actively operated in past 
year andfurjalGhed yaluabie InifprBiatrpn; 3tnstrttctic»[BiBetted to Intenj^ pffbrts to , 
develop more covorage. CounlorintemgennQ program p^ectlyb. Bsplona^e co^ctioji 
obtainodoa l [ i§tir)?c*cPBergP'4irt, ^htenisod to 30 years* inibe 

. prl&jnment on cbarge of consiSraby to commit esploaagp. Sfcreamllniiijrbpprang b7c 
procedure instituted )Sty: Division ba.lorblgiQ: natibjiais travel casbo wEddi will irbsult in 
sayings to Bureau in excess bf f 30^,000. Is;efiearcli-&atbUlte Sectiba cbntlnuestP develpp - 
valupBle jUilbmi^acb infprmaticm pa Copm 57 double agents currejotly ■ 

bplE^j operated asainsl satblllte c<watrlos, 8 doyptpped slitcb last inspectlpa. 2 Hunj^rian 
defectors ef foctlvbly handled. Dlvislai periodlcaJly evdluatlngf prp3:rain%, and .stream* 
Hidng ivhere ppsslble* ImaglnattPnaiiddivprsUledthlntdns.latfevelop^ 
gramsi, faspecter euggdsted doletlbn ,p| one, prc^raan inyplving^ duplication of ^eportinij 
in&ianation.; Ttend^t jrctaintog excpPBlvp copies of pOKimutdCatlbas prdsred corrected. = 

Adarinlstrativb Operations r Tery dobd ( latt Inspection - iTery good). ^Reor^nlzatloao! 
IJivisiPn Blnco J^tinepectlPii; luis j^PSjiltod in better balance^' and ailgnmeat ef ^sotk, ' 
IPreat Office i|nd ^ectlpn jBupervisica bffectiVb an4 effibteiit. V ^ 

^t inspeptlprt 1, 91?S). No; eubstaatiye errors detected. StenosrapMc production 1.75 ' 
pjMjep per hour eubjstantlally bbidwjDb.at of Obvbjjpsient avex'isfe ef 2. €2 j^es ppf'^pUr 
and #^ from prevloMTinispcctip?! (6j&%^bf ctenesrapMc pbbi bptbrod enda^ iM&a. left ] 
iJ^ys prior tPinsi^ptipn). 3|p^^j5#iovb^aiblGpvbrnmentivbtaspi Ihcpectorin- I 
structpd brnpiiaolb be p]to:fd ontrailriins and cIpsp csijiervisibtt to increase prp&cticn i 
sfedf eductiba. bf teiypei3i No brrcrs located la time and itteni^ce registeirb affbctfag 
Irtosb benefits. jNfo abusb bf sick leave Rcted*. Odd^our bhlftsiu'ctifiedr Velunt^ 
overtime equitably' shared and ^rbductivp. JDivisronbcbabmy minded. I^rliejd reduction 
in stbpsi oa incoming commtttdbattoas since, last Jncpectloaj-S remidn lii effect « justified. 
Npunnbcbgcary delays in handilj^in^o^ SupervlcorB alert for delayed . 

' ^ppprttoiS by iaeld.^ 

•iSt.-^ coNMtiEB - Over 






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6 



Eei Jns^ctioa -^ Bpmeotic IntoUigoncp Dlvidon 



Pgrfeonaet blatters ^ VoryXlood ( Lfiictlnspecttoii ^ V6ry Gobd)^ ^tal percoKiel SOS 
(196 Agents,, ISO .clet^), ,(^\m i Aj^nt ^ilup cierk&jitigo^last inopoction. jE^quest - 
inado for 4 £t4^tipnal ^gitajt ^t^rt^c<o]fs' and jl clcrls^ £^o to Inqrcaep iii ;wGlrk In* t^ban ij^d 
yj^isiiillieids^ as \;^U^^ |iepar^enl*,s^eqUOfif s teiai^vo \a liearlngs \f$ .^a^jyoreive 
Acti\^itleD C?<»itrol Bi^d.. Bequest, Justified By in6p^cl&r*s analjfslD (ajppiby^d-ciepcyraifcdyX. 
With addiftohs, coaipfe|ai3nt wiU i)0 adequate but not excesstve., iPdreomieJ comjplement 
legal Attaches* Offices 6B (8i Ijist.lnopoctton),. .tediictid9;.oif t. Agents,. *^ deyks. I&f <over- 
-5?6ig&t Agentsjr oao Ag6nt da limited duly •» ^tentlon justified. One Agfetit oa probation, 
^lAovai recomraen&d (bodied sepaspately); H^^ 

Contacts ^JExceUent.d iast fespdcUoa^ BxcelJent)* 4cdii3tani|Ji;pc6tpr^anct0ujtervisor^ , 
tn33lvislooL havo'115. contacts of high ^uiiUty Inyarfedfiolds^-syMcharc tn^cltidh ic>, 
fundph Suable information And services; In l^othlo^^ 

RBCOMLSSKDATKKSi ' . ., 



i. Assistant plrOctorll^illiam; C* SalUvan, BOD 8/4/% aged SS, Gg«18 ' ' 
$i7j Q|>5, not on pto>atioai; li^plvicion ciiice Q/^H*. ^ppoiia,ted;&usls.taiit XSrector 
0/2/(?l. ^tedioatsfetidinsoniSCJifanauatxatins, ^^ststantWectpr is. highly «?qai- 
petisht, possesses ^^timeWle(l;^ of dQaGiple;£seciudl^fifl4 Inspix^o reipPcttuid conr 
li^ncis of assPciateSi ^Extremely dei^caled and enthusiastic; Ke Is ^ualHicd to con" 
tinue on present assis:nm^ntw Attached for appripval Is Ibttor to ^uittvan cunumurlzln^ 
inspectiott flndihgo. . ' ' 



2r Inspector kToseph A. Slz(toj Kumber One J^njEOD 7/1^^ '• 

li/i/38 as Agent J dS-W © ^2i5,^SO; in JCftvicion jsiiico 0/15/53) not on ^robaticm. Appointed 
JTuiaber One Msm 9/13/S7i Bated ptttstan 

and coi^potentjadmlhictr^torl has great techm<^ knowledge of overaU,operat|ons of 
the jEureau; JHiG^y regairdsd by ascoclatPs andprovi^s effectlvp Jcadsrship; ^^aalifipd 
ti^ con^nu^ |n prei^nt assignment Attached fetter to BailivaniyiU al^6 inform Sizoo * 
of ihDpcctlp;tfindlp:^Si , , , 



- ,3. Ini^iectdrEfonaldSS, Moore, BbD3/jlO/64lvGS4t^$20,#O, in^D^ 
olncoio/1^50, ipt on prob^pji. Bated (^tetsmdihaitJSJ iS31 annual rating* 0dn£40red 
a specialistln <!^spi(mage.ahd InielUgefice fie^^ provides excellent IcadersMp* J^s 
ccsifiddnce a|id xe.cpdct of ass<?ciates. Weil ^u:Uified to cim^nue in present assigifime^t. 



4, Eecommendations re bthcr personnel handled' separately* 



Operator's Road Test and Driving Certi 
FD-288 (Rev. 10-19-66) 



TO: Director, FBI 







o 



FROM: 




W. C. Sulliv 



CERTIFICATION 



Name of Operator (Print - Last, First. Middle Initial) 

Moore, Donald E* 



Date 

3/27/68 



Division, and Section Assigned 

Domestic Intelligence -« Front Office 



gp Agent □ Clerk 



This is to certify that I presently hold a valid motor vehicle operator's permit or driver's license^ as follows 



0£ 

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Permit Issued By: 
(State, Territory 
Possession, District) 



State of Virginia 



Permit Number M15570- 

42965-794636 ' 



This is an □ unrestricted (29 restricted permit. (If restricted, explain below) 

Requires corrective lenses* 



permit Expires 

7/31/69 



CSpfJlasses □ Contact lenses are required for driving Tj^ Yes □ No 



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This further c^fifi^^^t during the past three years I have driven a motor vehicle (government or personally owned) 

~3] have (29 have not received a traffic violation ticket; 

^ nver of a motor vehicle involved in a traffic accident. (If 

affirmative answer, explain below, giving number and dates of offenses.)' I further understand that when operating a 
Government vehicle I must, assume responsibility for payment of any damage to same should I be found at fault.* 
I also understand the Government does not provide insurance coverage for damage to its vehicles. 




• "At fault" means any case in which 
by employee or his insurance company 
duly constituted authority or administratively by the Bureau 



responsibility is conceded ,y// ^^^ ^ /^^ ^ J"^ 
ay or liability is fixed by ^/ ^P'^c.<^e.'e:<^ <^< e^AV ^ 



Signature of Operator 



The personnel file of this employee has been reviewed and indicates the following information concerning the operation of a 
motor vehicle during the past three years: 

fPT Continuous safe driving record 
I i Involved in traffic accident and found at fault* * 
I certify that this employee is: 

O^ualified on the basis of his safe driving, record to operate motor vehicles on official business 



Remarks: 



(^ Not qualified and must demonstrate his qualifications by satisfactorily passing a road test 
examination before operating a motor vehicle on official business* 






rn Issue (TjpRenew. Operator's Identification Card - SF-46 



f_OT^l 1968 

•• "At fault" means any case in which the Bureau has taken 
disciplinary administrative action against the employee. 

(Over'for Operator's Road Test Score Sheet) 




ifncial Signature dW-cvicwing Official 

Title Asst. Director 



4/4/68 



RESULTS OF ROAD TEST 



Vehicle Used in Test 
Make 



Body Type 



Year 



Transmission 

f I Automatic 



I I Manual 



Date 



Time 



Local of Test 
City 



State 



Examiner's $i|nature 



Instructions to Examiner ^ , ^, 

Place check mark (vO i" space beside each error committed. If same error is repeated, add a 
check mark for each repetition. Multiply point value of each error (shown in box at left of each 
error listing) by number of check marks, placing total points for each category in box at lower 
right of each block. To obtain final score, total number of points scored in all categories. 

PASS ING GRADE: Total Score of 25 Points or Less 
FAILING GRADE: Total Score of 26 Points or More 
Note Results in Box at Right of Instruction Block 



5. 



Total 
Error 
Points 

Pass 
Fail 



TEST SCORE 



□ 



Check List 



Checking Vehicle 

Fails to: (T) — 

DD — 

CD — 

DD — 
ED — 



Adjust Rear-view Mirror 

Adjust Seat Properly 

Check Effectiveness of Hand & Foot Brake 

Check Windshield Wipers 

Check Horn and All Lights 



# of Points 



Turning 

Fails to: [Y] -Give Proper Signal (Mechanical or Hand) 

(n 5? Turn Carefully From Proper Lane 



# of Points 



Controls 
Fails to: 



(T] —Handle Vehicle Smoothly 

[Yl ;Keep Both Hands on Wheel 

[Yl : Smoothly Engage Shifting Mechanism 

PD Use Brakes Properly 



# of Points 



7* Position on Roadway 

fT\ - Follows too Closely 

rSl Fails to Hold Proper Lane 

m Straddles Lane Markings 



i:Ct 



# of Points 



Parkijg^ 
Fails to: [Q 



Avoid Violent Bumping of Other Cars 
or Excessive Scraping of Curb 



M)Q3i^2iL;'SetTiand%Vake'^ i ^ -• J ''*^'' ''^ 



Cramp Wheels \yhere 
Necessary 



# of Points 



11. Attention 

Fails to: (TJ 



Anticipate Hazardous Traffic 
Conditions (Including PedesUians) 



pn Keep Full Attention on Operation of Car 

m Limit. Talking to Minimum 

[23^^^-^5bserye.gosted Signs^-or Sijgnalsj ^,.. ^^ 



Remarks: ''*' 



*■>«> - v 



# of Points 



2. Leaving Curb 
Fails to: {T), 



Look Back to Check Traffic 

Give Proper Signal (Mechanical or Hand) 

Wait for Approaching Traffic 



# of Points 



4. Backing 
Fails to: 



(D- 

CD 



.Observe Surrounding Conditions 

Back Slowly and Smoothly and Avoid 
Excessive Curb Contact 



# of Points 



6. Speed 






.Exceeds Limit 

.Too Slow for Traffic Conditions 
Too Fast for Traffic Conditions 



# of Points 



8. Overtaking - Passing 

(Y] Misjudges Speed of Oncoming Traffic 

(T} Passes in Intersection, on Hill, Curve, etc 

pt] Cuts in too Soon 

m - Fails to Signal (Hand, Light, 



Horn) When Conditions 
Warrant 



# of Points 



10. Railroad and School Zones 

Fails to:(T] Obey Signals and Caution Warnings 

(Y1 Be Alert for Unusual Conditions 



12. General 



# of Points 



G 



CD 

m 



-Nervou^In^'keslrant While Operating 
at Maximum Speeds Allowed on Open 
Highway 

. Lack of Caution 

.Timidity or Lack of Assurance Under 
Normal Driving Conditions 



# of Points 



/^TV" 



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April4, 1968 
PEBSONAL 



. Moore 



Mr. Donald £, 

^Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Moore: 

It is a pleasure to advise you that your services 
for the period April 1, 1907» to JB^rch Zl, 1968, have merited 
an Outstanding rating. A copy of the rating is enclosed, which 
you may* retain. 

It is also my pleasure to advise that I have approved 
axL incentive award of $450. 00 for you in recognition c^ your 
valuable services during the past year and a check representing 
this award will be forwarded to you at a later date. I do not 
want the occasion to pass without expressing my appreciation 
for your fine assistance In carrying dutihe hfeavy responslbtll- 
ties with which the Bureau is charged. 



WAILED Ja 

APR 4 1968 

COMM-FBJ 



Sincerely, 
J. Edgar Hooyel^ 




Tofsoo _ 
CsLomh 
Mohr, 



CosDer _ 

Callahan 

ContQd 

FeU 

Colo 

Boseo- 

SulUyan 

Tcivel 

Trotl^f. 

Tele, Books 

HolDe$ 

Candy 




Enclosure 

1 - Mr. SuUivan (Personal Attentl^) , ^^ ^^^^^^ t^is not be 

You should personally presenUhis^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^ 

possible or shpuld P^esent^Uo^be_unr _^^ _^ ^^^^^^ employee 

^cbsehce officlgl acUn^^^r 1^^^ 

net omoimt ol check reptesenisjui, . „„ ^^ 



-PazrolLDiatriMtiori (Sejit jDirect) 

I (Sent Direct)^ *"- 
SXLijhhJ^ (6) R7_iQiRn/i i 

Based on 



4fc@ fEl^Ti 



^^oent uireci/ v. 

rW 67-191804 Award #692-68 
(mo Molu: - Tolson, 4-3-68. /^ 




FD-185 <Rev. 8-16t63). 











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FEDERAL BUREAU OF IN V.ESTI CATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of;.Employee: 



Where.Assigned; 



Donald E. I Moore 



.(iJdc 



■ iy 



Domestic Intelligence . Front Office 



■(Division) - ' j. ' ' "^ ''' (Section, .Unit) 
Official Position Title.and Grade:, iPSpector,. GS-iJ? . ^ 



Rating Period:, fr^n. ^^p^^^ j^* ^^^"^ 



t» March'-ai, 1968 



ADJECTIVE RATING: OUTSTAMPING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsaiisfacioiy 



Employee's 
Initials 



V^=^ Signature 



Rated;by: 

Reviewedby 

Rating Approved by: A . *^ ■ gitf 



Signa 
Signature 



Assistant 
A/go^lA. Director 



4/1/68 



Title, 



<=;x^====y^^C^/^ y^y^ J^ Assistant to 
OOA^^'^^ ^^ ^iC'^^'^^-^the Director 



Date 

4/2/68 



/9\ Smatme 



Title 

Director 



Date 

4/3/68 



Title 



Date 



TYPE OF REPORK 



g] Official 
l^l Annual 



% 



% 




'Q-^SO-Day 
□ Transfer 

J^/Separation:from Service 
f I Special 



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m^^ 




FD-l^a (Rev. J1-8-6S) 



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■i»^4s 



PERFORMANCE RATING GUIDE 
FOR INVESTIGATIVE PERSONNEL 

(For use as attachment to Performance Rating Form No. FD-ISS) 



Name of Employee DOliald E^ MOOre 



Note: 



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RATING GUIDE AND CHECK-LIST 

Only those items having pertinent bearing on employee's performance should be rated, 

compared. 

RATE ITEMS AS FOLLOWS: 

Outstanding (exceeding excellent and deserving of special commendation).^ 

Excellent. 

Satisfactory (good or very good). 

Unsatisfactory. 

No opportunity to appraise performance during rating period. 



All employees in same salary grade should be 



Guide for determining adjective rating: 

1. **Outstanding" adjective rating requires (A) that all elements be +- and_(B) that each and every rated element be factually justified by 
narrative details, including reasons for considering each worthy of Special Commendation and be attached to FD-185a. 

2. "Excellent," ''Satisfactory*' or "Unsatisfactory" adjective ratings will depend upon the composite result of evaluating all rated elements 
rather than following any mechanical formulas; however, for an employee to be rated "Excellent" he must not be rated unsatisfactory on 
any performance evaluation factors on the rating guide and check-list and must be rated "Excellent" or "Outstanding" on the majority of 
such rating factors. Good judgment must be exercised to insure that adjective rating is reasonable in the light of elements rated. 

A. Any element rated "Unsatisfactory" must be supported by narrative comments. 

B. An official rating of "Unsatisfactory" must be supported in writing stating <1) wherein the performance is unsatisfactory, (2) the facts 
of the (90-day) prior warning, and (3) the efforts made after the warning to help the employee bring his performance up to a satisfactory 
level and must be attached to FI>-185a. 



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-h 



(1) 

(2) 
(3) 



(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 

(8) 

(9) 
(10) 
(11) 

(12) 



^ d3) 
(14) 



Personal appearance. 

Personality and effectiveness of his personal contacis. 

Attitude (including dependability, cooperative ness, 

loyalty, enthusiasm, amenability and willingness to 

equitably share work load). 

Physical fitness (including health, energy, stamina). 

Resourcefulness and ingenuity. 

Forcefulness and aggressiveness as required. 

Judgment, including common sense, ability to arrive at 

proper conclusions, ability to define objectives. 

Initiative and the taking of appropriate action on own 

responsibility. 

Planning ability and its application to the work.^ 

Accuracy and attention to pertinent detail. 

Industry, including energetic, consistent application to 

duties. ^ 

Productivity, including amount of acceptable work 

produced and rate of progress on or completion of 

assignments. Also consider adherence to deadlines 

unless failure to meet. is attributable to causes beyond 

employee's control. 

Knowledge of duties, instructions, rules and regulations, 

including readiness of comprehension and "know how" 

of application. 

Investigative ability and results: 

, £_™.(a) Internal security cases 

..^XL.(b) Criminal or general investigative cases 
_ O ^^^ Fugitive cases 

^ is (d) Applicant cases 

O (e) Accounting cases 



(16) 
(17) 

(18) 



Firearms ability. 

Development of informants and sources of 

information. 

Reporting ability: 

"P (a) Investigative reports 



(b) 
(c) 



Summary reports 
' stters, 
(Consider: dL^ 



Memos, lette];s, wires 
.=E-.organization; '^'^thoroughness; 



conciseness; Z^clarity; 



(19) 



Performance as a witness. 
(20) Ex^utive ability: 

!Tj. (a) Leadership 

.■.■■T..(b) 

Z^(c) 

t . <d) 

,(f) 
,(g) 

(h) 
.(i) 

(J) 



*T accuracy; -JChdequacy and pertinency 
of leads; .dl^administrative detail.) 



(15) Physical surveillance ability. 



3E 



(21) 



(22) 

(23) 
(24) 



Ability to handle personnel 

Planning 

Making decisions 

Assignment of work 

Training subordinates 

Devising proce'dxires 

Emotional stability 

Promoting high morale 

Getting results 
Abjlity on raids and dangerous assignments: 

Q (a)' As leader 

(b) 



As leader 

As participant 
Organizational interest, such as making of sug- 
gestions for improvement. 
Ability to work under pressure. 
Miscellaneous. Specify and rate: 



Dictation ability 



addition al 



specify general nature of assignment during most of rating period (such as security, criminal, applicant^squad, or as Resident Agent, 
supervisor, instructor, etc.): ; ■ _ ■ - ^ 

Inspector in chaxge of the Espionage-^'Research Branch of the DID^ 



B. Specify employee's most noteworthy special talents (such as investigator, desk man, research, instructor, speaker): _ 

Administrator and executive, 

C. (1) Is employee available for general assignment wherever needs of service. require? -£5S(If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative 

comments.) VDS 

(2) Is employee available for special assignment wherever needs of service require? — «L^2(If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative 
comments.) 

D. 1. Has employee had an abnormal sick leave record during rating period? n02. Has employee' used more sick leave (including annual 

leave or LWOP for illness) during rating period than the amount of sick leave earned during such period? JIQ (If answer to either 

question is "yes," explain in narrative comments.) 



E. Is employee qualified to operate a motor vehicle incidental to his official duties? XT? Yes 

If answer is "yes," personnel file must reflect the following: (a) Has valid State orTocal opera 
(b) Is physically fit to drive, (c) Past safe driving record OK or has passed Bureau road test 



Q No 

irator's license for type vehicle he is to use. 



ADJECTIVE RATING! OOTSTAMDING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



EMPLOYEE'S INITIALS 



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March 31, 1968 



DONALD E. MOORE 
INSPECTOR 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 

Mr« Moore has continued to dlschaz^e the duties and 
fulfill the responsibilities required of him in his position 
as Inspector in charge of the Espionage^Research Branch of the 
Domestic Intelligence Division in such a superior manner as to 
merit an Outstanding performance rating for the period April 1, 
1967, to March 31, 1968 • 

Mr* Moore has a complete knowledge and understanding 
of Bureau rules and regulations and is able to implement new 
programs in accordance with correct policy. He is able to 
impart information to subordinates and gives leadership and 
direction to all Sections in his Branch* Not only is he himself 
ingenious in devising procedures, but he is also ready to 
accept constructive suggestions* 

Inspector Moore presents an unusually fine personal 
appearance* He has a friendly manner and pleasant personality* 
In his position he must regularly represent the Bureau and 
does so in an outstanding fashion ♦ He can handle a tremendous 
voliune of work and rises to problems and crises as they 
occur* In view of his sound judgment and self-confidence, his 
supervision is readily accepted* He is able to foresee situations 
of possible embarrassment and thus is able to avoid them before 
they materialise, 

Mr* Moore has a long record of loyal, above average 
service and during the cui*rent rating period he has continued 
such performance, adding notably to his accomplishments* The 
exemplary way he has carried out his duties qualifies him for 
the Outstanding rating being afforded him at this time* 







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D 



Mr. Tolspn 4-*3-68 

3, !>♦ Moht 

JOSEPH A, ^?;00 DONALD E. MOORE 

Nujtnber One Man - Inspector Inspector 

internal Sepuritr - Liaipdn Braiich Espionage - Research Branch 

Domestic latelligence Dlvlfiioh Domestic Intelligence^ Division 

THOJMS jr, McANDREWS 

Number On^ Ji^ui 

Speciat Investigative Division 

OUTSTANDING ANNUAL PERFORMANCE RATINQS 

There are attached for approval the ^umual performance reports 
for Messrs, ^izoo, Moore and McAndrews in. which their serviceshave been 
rated-Outstanding for the period 4-1-67 to 3-3i-68; Mr. DeLoach has signed 
these, ratings as the Eeviewiiig Official, 

In the pvent you approve these ratings, it is respectfully requested 
that the Director sign both the original and Ihe c.op;s^ of oadi of them as thb 
Approvhig Official* After approval t)f th^ ratings,, MossriS. Sizoo, Moore 
and McAndrews will each be furnished a copy of his rating. They will also be 
entitled to cash iiicgntive a?/ards iiiider the provisions c& the Incehtive Acrards 
Plan* Messrsr, Sizoo and Moore are in Grade GS 1^ .and Mr. McAndrcws is 
in Grade GS 16 and each vill be entitled to awards in the amount of $450 as 
has beea approved for those in Grade GS 16 or 17, 

BECOLlMENDATIONi 

That the Director, as Approving Official^ sign the original and 
the copy of each of the attached Outstanding performance ratings for 
Messrs. Sizoo, Moore and McAndrews and that each be furnished a copy of his 
rating and aSordedan incentive award of $450. 

Enclosures 

LDH:pam (4) y^ 

{p* Personnel File of Donald E, |3oore 
1 - Personnel File of Thomas J. McAndrews 



W^^W-dW^$^'^^^° 




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April 8, 1968 




I'll 



Mr. Casper 



^Uahan 
Conrad., 

Mr, Felt 

Mr. Gale, 

Mr. Hosen 

Mr. Sullivan. 

5Ir. Tavel 

Mr. Trotter... 

Tele. Room 

Miss Holmes- 
Miss Gandy^ 




Dear Mr» Hoover: 

May I express my sincere appreciation for 
your generosity in approving the , performance rating 
and award which Mr. Sullivan has presented to me* 

I have indeed been fortunate in working 
for such an outstanding organization as the FBI and 
you may be assured that I will continue to perform 
ray duties to. the very best of ray ability* 

Sincerely yours. 



^f'^i-'X.-C 



/Donald Ew 

Domestic;- l^^t^uo^^^^ 1>W^ 





Mr* John Edgar Hoover ^^ 
Federal Bureau 'of Investigation 
Washington, D. C, 









9APR f 21< 



3-(# 



OfTIONAt rOKM NO. 10 
AUY lt« lOinOM 
OJA CtN, no. NO, 27 



dWf 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandu 



<^ 



To! son 



TO :MR. W. C. SULLIVAN 



FROM :j^^^ j)^ £^ MOORE 
SUBJECT: 



.(mo 



1/ 




DATE; 



4-15r68 




Ttotlet 



Tele, Room 
Holmes—-. 
Gandy ■ __ . 



DONALD E.V5J00RE 

INSPECTOR - DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 

ACCIDENT IN PERSONALLY OWNED AUTOMOBILE 

INFORMATION CONCERNING 



This is to advise of an accident in \diich the writer 
was involved while driving his personally owned automobile on 
Highway 95 approximately four miles north of Fredericksburg, 
Virginia, at 9:45 a.m., 4-12-68. Details are as follows: 

The writer, while on annual leave, was traveling 
with his family on Route 95 which was hea\^dy conjested with 
military convoys, troops being released after duty in 
Washington during the recent riots. The writer had just 
passed one convoy of troops and was proceeding at approximately 
55 miles per hour (65 miles speed limit) in fairly heavy 
traffic. While on a slight downgrade, the car ahead of the 
writer slowed down sharply, t was unable to stop in time. 
Seeing I would probably strike the car^ I attempted to pull 
off on the left shoulder, but my right front bxamper and fender 
struck the rear of the car in front. The right fender and grill 
of my car were damaged and the right bumper and-trunkj-a^the^ 
car in front were damaged, neither seriously. C*7*- /^ / a {j 

^ Far'/ if 'T^r Nm^ 

The accident 
Virginia State Police who 
writer and the driver of the other car 




was inveg^igai^M^bySa raemberJ.of the > -^^ i^\ 

ho issum:so S^ ^XJpJii ^Bofeh-tfae— " ' be 

f the ot her car, | | 



^^> I 
insured tor liability. I have A8ti?i^oKyf0!nsurance company 



and filed the required Virginia accident report. 







rt 



Mr. N. P. Callahan 



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Sulll^^a 




CONTINUED - over 



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MEMORANDUM FOR MR, SULLIVAN 
RE: DONALD E* MOORE 



While at the time of the accident no one appeared 
injured and we so advised the investigating officer, since 
then I have had some apparent muscle twinges in my back, but 
this has not in any way incapacitated me and it is believed 
that it will disappear* If not, of course, I will contact 
ray physician. 



ACTION: 



For information. 





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F»r2S3 mev. S-18-67) ^. \^ j^ 

Q ^ 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENiT OF JUSTICE 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



In Repfyt Please Refer to 
File No. 

blroctor , . ^ ' 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department o£\)ustfce 
Washington, D. C. 20535 

Dear Sir: ; 

For inclusion. Ixx _t-b^ fund to be paid to the. designated fceneffclofy o£ any Special Agent of the FBI who h'a« previously 
contributed to this iund and who ,dies from any cause except seU-destrUction^ while employed as^ a/Spec^lal Agents Vjtxra foV-e 
warding herewith (by Check - Money Order]| the sum of SZO, payable to S,A.I.,F.^ to be included lit'scttji iund. Payment wiU foe 
made for death by seU-destructlon after the Agent has been <? member <>{ the fund |or a corntlnuous period of two yeajjf,. It is 
understood arjd agreed that the jsxim tendered herewith is <x voluntary, graifuHous contribution to^ said iund which I u;iiderstqnd 
is to be administered la t}ie following mannelc- 

The'^Dlrector of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consideic <xU ragtters per^^tning to'-tixe gcquisltlon, safe^ 
keeping and "expending of said fund* y^hlch committee Will recommend appropriate action to 'the Director in perflnent matters i 
The Assistant Director of the Admihfstrative Division ©7 the FBI shall .receive all' contributions^ and ctccount for^same to the) 
Director. Upon the death, of -any ^Special Agent who is d member of said fund.the appointed committee, will jconslder the case 
and submit: q recommendation to the Director as to its conclusions. Appropriate instructions will then be-lssued to the. Assist--- 
ant Director of the Administrative pivlslpn, directing hlm^ to, pay to the designated beneficiary the sun^ of $20,000., The llabllU^r 
of the fund- shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount, of^ ironies In the fund lat the time any llablU|y shall occur. 

EXECUTE IN DUPLICATE AND SUBMIT BOTH COPIES TO THE BUREAU 



Official Bureau Name (please type or print) 



Date 



Slxijc.? 



Office of Assignment <or SpG Division) 



The following*person is designated as my beneficiary for Special Agents Insurance Fund 



Name (primary beneficiary^ use. given first name^ if female) 



Relationship 



Address' 



c. t? o w ty V/ g w k^.j Ah&% nt^.^ ^jtf , l//y. ;; :? J / </ 



Name (contingent beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Do you desire to designate the above-listed beneficiaries as the beneficiary and contingent beneficiary.respeclively of the 
Chas. S. Ross Fund as well? |^ Yes O No If not, the entire following portion must be executed^ 

The following person is designated as my beneficiary- under the Chas. S, Ross Fund providing $1500' death benefit' to 
beneficiary of agents killed In the line of duty, other than travel accidents. 



.Name"(primar^ beneficiary;*U8e given first name if female) 



Relationship 



Address 



Name\(contingent, beneficiary, if desired; use given first name if female) 



Relationship 




Address 



special Aganfe -^'^^ 

Director 



XBflg^i Hoover. 



7^^/ 



Very truly yours. 



^ 



Sp^ial Agent 



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FD.281a|Rev; 8-11.64), 







RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 
"federal BUREAU. OP INV,ESTIGATION> 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF'JUSTICE 



Date 



^MkL 



J '* HI 



I certify that I have ^ received □ returned the'.following'.Gbyernment property for. official use: 

^ + if J_; 



D. C. OFFICIAL PARKING pilIT 158^8* . 

> e^ires 6-30-69 



'MINED 



\ ». 



D, Ci OFFICIAL PARKING' PERMIT '#4667 
J ^ . expires 6-30-68 

if,*/ '- 



READ 

The , Government property which you ^hereby acknowledge 
is chorged to you and you ore responsible tor taking, care 
of it ond returning'it when its use has been completed. 

DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON ITJR .MUTILATE^ IT IN 
ANY WAY, 



..,.^' 






U)\J%\^^^^-^' 




(Signature) 




Very triily yours, 



'a^trUi 



(Typed name) J$5|liJiJ£^ 



?^ 



Standard Jform 88 

BUf^ftToirt^ Budget 
, C?yuI^A-52 (Rev,) 



b. 



ORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINaQm ^ 



. WST NAME-FIRST NAME-MIDDLE NAME 




4. HOME ADDRESS 



RESS (^m6fr. *(>*«( w Hi-'D, cfty or (own, tont and State) 




15, DCAMlfftNG FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 
17.^ RATING PR SPECIALTY . 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 





5. PURPOSE OF/EXAMINATION 



6. DATE OF EXAMINATION 



7-/-^S 



10, /GENCY 



11. ORGANIZATION ONIT^ 



M. NAME. RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (Tofo/) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



CLlNiCAL^EVALUATIOH 



NOR- 
MAL. 



(C/iec/( eac/i item ixi appropriate col* 
' umnr enter "NE" it not evaltji*t«d ) 



tyflB. HEAD. FACE. NECK, AND SCALP 



t^^9. NOSE 



*^^20. SINUSES 



^^^ ££. EARS-^GEMERAL ^^;,^ ^^^, ,(,^ ^^ ^^^ j,, j 



fc-'^r^S. PUPILS {EqualUi/ and reaction) 



^^.^erVASCUUR ^SYSTEM <l'artwi<i<<p efc) 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



23. DRUMS {Pa/oration) 



ZA. EYES^*GENERAL.^„j,, t,,^ 59. ROarideri_ 



25, OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



27. OCULAR NOT.UTY<i^arei?,y ■^*- 



28. LUNGS AND CHt%l {Include bteasls) 



'29. HEART {ThiUit^ 9iztf rhythm^ sounds) 



r ABDOMEN AND VISCERA {Include htmia) 



,.,^^ANus AND RECTUM \'M::t^i';!f':J:::i:^} 



^^J^3. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



-3j^^JiSYSTIW^ 



^^-6S; UPPER EXTREMITIES iSS"' '""'^ *^ 



ae.FEEp^^^ ^ 



^^7 . LOWER EXTREMlT<ES<g^/:g,y;^,^^,v,\ 



4^3. SPINE. OTHER Ml/SCULOSKELETAL 



>>i.^,,IDEf*TlFYING BODYMARKS:-SCARS, TAHOOS 



ABNOR- 
MAL 



NOTES4 {Describe every abnormality in detait. Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment. Continue in item 73 and uie additional sheets if n^ecessaryt) 



3f. 






40. St<lN. LYMPHATICS 



* >4lC NEUROLOGIC <L'«ttij[i^iiim tttU undtriUm 7Z> 



42. PSYCH IATRICy,Si»tei/jrai»v p«f*onaIi(v<**f i?!Ki««> 



43. Pavic {Females only) {Check how done) 

Q VAGINAL D RECTAL 



i 



m 



m 



67-y^^y/; 



Searched ^ 

{Continue in item 73) 




9 1958 / 



44, DENTAL <i*/a« appropriate symbol* abort or belovo «wm6« f^f upper and Imer'teeih, fespectt^ly.) 



o-^Hestorable teeth 
i^NonrestOTatle teeth 

R f 

I 1 2 3 

H *32 31 30 
T 



X^ Missina feeih 
XXX^Replaced by dentures 



10 



29 28 27 26 



25 



12 



24 



23 



22 



(6XS) -~Fix<d bridge, brackets to 
include abutments 

F 
T 



13 



14 



i5 



20 



19 



18 



17 






mMttiim»imMmmtm. m » n 1— >■■«>■■ 

REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL 
DEFECTS AND DISEASES 






UBORATORY FINDINGS 



A 



45. URlf^ALYStS: A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY jtOQ^ 
B. ALBUMIN 




D, MICROSCOPIC 



48.-EKG 49. BL^pi 



untile 



>D TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



46. CHEST X-RAY {Place^ datCf^fitrk number and restilt\ 



50. OTHER TESTS 



■^y 







MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51: HEIGHT / / f52. WEIGHT^ 



57. 






BLjOOD PRESSURE (Arm at heart ItttX) 



53. COLOR HArR 



REYES 



59, 



i^ 



, RECUM. 
BENT 



SYS. 



OIAS. 



DISTANT VISION 



RIGHT 20/ tp^ CQRR, TO W \^^ 



20/ 



^5 ^CORR._TO20/O^ - 



• C. I SYS^ 

STANDING 



DIAS. 



55. BUILD; 
(Check one) 



SLENDER' 



MEDIUM^ 



HEAVY 



OBESE 



58. 



5€. TEMPERATURr, 



PULSE (Arm at heart letel) 



A) SITTING 

:2^ 



B,, AFTER EXERCISE 



62. HETEROPHORIA (Specify dktana) 
ES' EX? 




REFRACTION 



CX 



CX 



C. 2 MIN.JkFTER 



0, RECUMBENT 



E; AFTER STANDING 
3MIN. 



s^ste 



NEAR VISION, 



RR.TO 



BY 



cMlQ. 



CORR. TO 



BY 



R.H, 



UM. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC 



PD 



(3. 



ACCOMMODATION 



RIGHT 



LEFT 



66. FIELD OF VISION 



70. 



HEARING 



RIGHT WV 



LEFTWV 



i^,.... ) ^ 



/15 

yi5 



64. COLOR VISWN (Tat uted arwi reiult) 
67. 'night vision (Tetfuiti ind *cor«f 



71. 



t\^^\.^^ 



65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
(T«f used and tcore) 






UNCORREC TED 
CORRECTED" 



AUDIOMETER 



RIGHT 



UFT 



350 

tse 



500 

stt 



73. NOTES (Continued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



1000 p 
lOtJt 



2000 



'3000 

£896 



*ooo : 

Jt096i1 



eooo 



«000 

8t9t 



69nNrRAbC'0Ufr^ENSION 



iUCl. 



72,* PSYCHOLOGICAt ANO>SYCHOMOT6r" 



- "^ M 






(C/r« additional $heet$ if nece^tarf) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (LUt diagnotet with item number$) 



75. RECOMMENDATIONS-^FURTHER specialist EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Spetify) 
77. EXAMINEg4C*«it) ~ ~ 



A; lifTS QUALIFIED FOR 

B. D IS NOT QUALIFIED FOR 



76, 



A. PHYSICAL PROFILE 



H 



' S 



B. , PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



78. IF NOT qualified. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITtM NUMBER- 



79. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



81. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN (Indicate which) 



82; .TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFf ICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



S16NATU 



SIGNATUR 




SIGNATURE 



SIGNATURE 



NUMBER OF AT. 
TACHED SHEETS 



IMtHT^INTINfi Oriiit i^M 0-«T^«7« 



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f Pr300 (Rev. 2-9-67) 



D O 



Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance of Medical Examiner 



/H^re. llbu^a/c/ ^. 

Last ' First ^ 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be completed: 



Name of Examinee . -^ — — ,,.,,, 

' (Type or print) L>cist ' First Middle 



2 9 62 69 

3 11 65 72 

4 14 - 67 76 
8 17 68 

46. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same are hot reaclily available. 

48. Not required unless examinee is over 35 years bf age or examination indicates such is desirable. 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for affording same are not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agen£ applicants 
and Special Agents. Applicants for the. Special, Agent position will not be accepted if the hearing 
loss exceeds a 15 decibel average in either ear in the conversational speech range (500, 1000, 
2000 cycles). 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees:. 

Jhe medical examiner should answer the following question; 

Examinee fXp is Q is, not qualified for strenuous physical exertion., 

To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive tactics and 
dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 



(jS No □ Ves If ''yes" please specify defects. 



2. Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
No □ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. ■ _ - - -_ •. — 



will tic jistc^WFy lui iiMu w wcai tuMc*,uvo 

■ ;tossg3 while - driving - g CovGmmcnl vehicle. — ^^r-^. 
-T — • • — — rtiossTnren ' — — - 



(Sigtetii^) 





y^/pyr^f -^3'J3 



3. For safe driving of motor vehicles, Civil Sfe>yice Commission requires distant vision must test at 

least 20/40 in one eye and 20/100 in the other, coveted or uncorrected. Should examinee wear cor- . 

recfive glasses while operating a motor vehicle? W Yes □ No 

If recommendation is based on a factor othey^than above standjard, indicate basis : — .^ 

will be necessary for him to werfr coTrective 

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L?/ •— - - - y,>,» i'^fti.;,,n vL "Desirabl.filf/elght^Ranges for Mali 


t l M 




- V ' 




Height 


i Small Frame 


Ic D "jedium Mame \ 


Large Frame 


. 5:4" 


1 117 > 


-125 




- 1 u -x 
. I . 123,- 


-135 




131.. 


■- 148.., 


■ 5' 5" 


1;" 

1 120. 


■129 


Mg 


^1 1" "1 m 




134 • 


- i52 


S'S" . 


1 

1 ' 124.; 


•133 




1 . 130- 


■143 




138- 


-157 


S'T" 


! 128- 


-137 




* 1 

! .. . 134- 


■148 




143: 


■ 162 


S'S" 


! 132 • 


■141 




I 138- 


■152 




147- 


■166 


S'O" , 


1 

136- 


■146 




! . 142 - 


■156 




151- 


• 170 : 


5' 10" 


140 . 


• 150' 




•1' 146 - 


•161 




155- 


•175 


541" 


144- 


■154 




1 150- 


■166 




160- 


180 




- 6' .1 


148- 


•158 




1 ' h ~ '^ 

1 154- 


■171 




164- 


185 ! 


6'1" 


152- 


163 




1 158- 


176 




169- 


190 


.... , 


156- 


167 




! ,163 - 


181 




174- 


195 ; 




6*3" 1 


160- 


171 




' 168 - 


186 


. 1 


178- 


200 




6M" ! 


169- 


180 


V 


1 178- 


196 




188- 


210 . , 


- - • 1 
6'5" '! 


174.- 


185' 




'!* 182- 


202 


1 - 


192- 


•216 


4., 
5. 

6. 
Re 


Examinee's frame is 

Considering above wei 
I considerhis present 

Under proper medical s 


O small □ medium 

ghl table, the examinee's 
weight WSatisfactdiy 

-upervision, employee sho 


■^^arge 

frame, and other indi^ 
□ Excessive j[^ 

111 rl^l '""l lo<5P.' 


/idual physical characteristics, 
1 Deficient 

pounds 

pounds. 


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FROM 



SUBJECT; 



ornoNAi roKM no. io 

AAAY lf&3 COItlOH 
GSA CtN. tCO. NO. 37 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 



Mr. Tolson 



J., P. Mohr 



i.LM< 



O 



DATE: April 7, 1969. 



DONALD E.LMOORE 

INSPECTOR . 

ESPIONAGE- - RESEARCH BRANCH 

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 





Collahoa — 
Con tad — 
FeU — - 

Galle . 

Rosen . 

SulUvcn — - 
Tavcl _ 

TroWei - 

Tele, Rooa 
Hoicnes ....^ 
Gandy 



OUTSTANDING ANNUAL PERFORMANCE RATING 

There; is attached for approval the annual performance 
report for Mr. Moore in which his services have been rated Out- 
standing for the period April 1, 1968, to March 31, 1969. 
Mr. DeLoach has s^ned the rating as .the Reviewing Official. 

^^ In the event you approve this rating, it is respectfully 

requested that the Director s^n both the original and the copy of 
it as: the Approving Official. 

RECOMMENDATION; 

ft J 

-I That the Director, as Approving Official, sign the 

original and the copy of the attached Outstanding performance 
raMg for Mr. Moore and that he be furnished the original of 
his rating. 



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Enclosures 
LDHtjmpiyJi) 






'COMM*FBl 



i&4PR14!269^r<c 



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April 11, 1969 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 

I have received my performance rating 
for the past year and would like to express my 
deep appreciation for your generosity* 

It has indeed been a pleasure for me 
to have had the opporttinity of working in the FBI 
during -,the past twenty-eight years and I would like 
to assure :^ou that I will continue to do everything 
possible to jnerit your confidence. 



Mr./Bi^^«- .J 

Mr. Casper*, 

•Mr. Coni-ad,. 

Mr. Felt 

Mr. * Gale ^,«. 

Mr. Rosen. 

Mr. Sullivan. 

Mr. Tavel, 

Mr. Trotter.. 

Tele» Room, 

Miss Holmes. 

Miss Gandy 

^ 




l^v^o^ 




Sincerely yours. 



'-<^<^ /^^^^^-'-'^ 




^TC^S' 



E.Qo 



Donald 



.-wOre 



i|^Mr« John Edgar Hoover 

Federal Bureau of Investigalf 
Washington, D. C, 



i APR ^ G^ 1959 



§^.ilPi?i8tSS 






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FD-18S (Rov, 8-16-63) 



6 



O 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee: 



DONALD E. IMOORE 



. IMC 



\ • 



Where Assigned: Domestic IntelUgence 

(Division) 
Official Position Title and Grade: 



Front Office 

(Section, Unit) 

Inspector - GS-17 



Rating Period: from April 1, 1968 



,» March 81, 1969 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 



OUTSTANDING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 







/y/>Assistant Director 4/1/69 

Title 

y^ /5v^ j^ Assistant to 
W^ y^^-^^'-^C^ the Director 



Signature ^ Title Date 



Signature 



Title 



■AL^<>va-e>u Director 



tgnature 



Title 



4/1/69 



Date 



Vl/69 



Date 



U 



^A 



II 



TYPE OF REPORT 



(21 Official 
(XI Annual 



tfta'tniiiifun,a<w» 



\Ml^fl7^TP^J^ Special 



I 1 Administrative 
(^ 60-Day 
n 90-Day 
(3] Transfer 

Separation from Service 



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ME. TOLSpN May 320, 1069 

W* M. FELT . 

INSPECTLON - t>0Mfi3TlC INTELLIGENCE IJIVISION 
INSPECTOR EDWARD J. EAYES 
5/1/69-5/19/69 

SYNOPSIS 

Of£iciais ]( Wimam C. ailpvian, Assistant Director inCIu» 

Joseph A. a2O0> Ntobdir Qne Man and Brancli Chief (feitiBmal Security - LiJ^eon) j^ce 
9/13/57; Incpector Dontdd E. Moore, Branch Chief (Espionage - Research) jaince 
10/14/56* Last infection: 2/12/68 ^ 2/28/68. 

Physical Condition iand Maintenance »^ Excellent (Last foqiection - Very Good). £^acc 
secure, neat and^cellently maintained. Recently repainted thfoug^put. Minor.; house- 
keepins delinciacncies ordered corrected. 

I^ecific Division Operations ■> Excellent (Last InEg^ectfon, - Excellent). I^acial Mtuatipn 
extremely explo^ve natlontvide, ^fslth international rnmlficaticfns. Black Panther Party 
"Widely active, with doctrines of hate, advocacy of^i^iolence and destruction, ^tuatioh 
ibteingclosely loUo^d. ^co last Ini^ectiOn racial matters case load up 19. 6%, racial 
Informants increased over 500%, individials on AMtator Index xxg almost 400%. Klan . 
membordhip down 15% largely duo to successfiil counterinteUlgence action. Dt\^sl6tt 
maldngpTOmptdissojoain^on of. pertinent infor^ation-toW^ Department and 

other concerned x^ejftclps. 

Total security matters (5/1/69) 80, 069, including 975 pending inactive Security 
Index, cases, dowii from 32, 667 (1/31/68) -• 5. 2% decrease. Division closely follo^sing 
Ne\r Left niovement. Security informants increased from 1082 (2/68) to 1180 (5/1/69). 

As of 5/l/69j 66 dduble agents b^ng operated a^iiiist ^viets (44 last inqiectlon). 
218 indivi^als imder deyelopment as potential douhlo agents (222 last inspection). No 
defectors in place (5 last ini;|ieotion). Counterlntj^gence prpgi^m effective. No con- 
victions siiuse lai:t Inc^ectioii and no persona non grata actions in Soviet cases. NaBonal* 
ities Intelligonce Section continues to develop valuable intelligence d^a on non-Soviet 
Bloc countries. 5 double agents (4 last ini^ection) being operated against Albania. 
Informants against Chinese communist intelligence activities have increased from 39 to 
64. Informant coverage pn.actl^ti,es of United Nations delegations ejqtanded. 5 douMe 
agtcnts (4 laU inspecUon) being operated in Chinese intelligdnce field. Hesearch-^elllte 
&cnon continues to develop valuable intelligence information on 7 communist countxles 
. (Albania not included) from 61 double agents (increase of 8). 2 Czech defectors hmuflcd 
effectively. Latin Amei^can Section cacie lo^id decreased by 258 cases dnce.last 

1 - Mr. CaUahan:CAkentf%g%^^ (Sent Separatdy) ^-..*-..,...^^ 

1 -Personnel ^FilelsWilii^unlu;^^ '"to azoo and: Donald Sh-^^^) 

EJH:bh8r(6r^ ""^"-^'-"^CONTINUED.OVER ~~ 




Memoiranaam to Mr, -ioisbn '- - ' . 

Re: Infection T ttomeetlc intelligence raviston 

inspection. Currently operating 13 active and 6 potential double agents tigalnst Cuban 
Intelli^nco Seryicis, decrease from last inspection (24 doable agents). 9 of 14 Cuban 
United. Nations officials idenUflod as kaowa. or ^^ectedintelllgence agents. 

AdnaJnistratlve C^eratjons > Very Good (Last Inspection « Tery Goo:d)» Front offlceand 
section supervision effective. No substantive errors detected, ^enogpr^hic produetibn 
2. §3 pages per hour, up from previous inspection but substantially beloiv Seat of Govern** 
ment. Voluntary pyertime^ equitably shared and productive, Division economy conscious. 
Stops on incoming communications reduced frbm 5 to 4 since last ini^eciion No nnneces- 
sary delays in handling^m^ or files noted. 

Personnel Matters «■ Very Good (Last Ihspfection - Very Good). Tot^ personnel 303 
(approved complement 314 -- 127 Agents and 187 clerks)^ Recpiests iaade for 2 iidcSitional 
Agent supervisors die to substantial increase iii work load Racial Intelligence Sections and 
!2 clerical employeesM Racial Intelligence and Latin Ameriisan ^ctionsi respectively. 
Work load in Racial Intelligence Seetion has. increased substanttaUy but based on 
Inspector's analysis of overall work load,, it is tjelieved Dlvisdoncan absorb needed 
increase of 2 Agents in Racial IhtelHgehce Section and still ^rcducecon^lement fay 2 Agent 
supervisors, thereby reducing Agent supervlsoi^y staff from 127 to 125 {previously cut 
from 139 to 127 when streamlining security procjedures adopted). Based 6n increased, 
work lo^ in Raciallutelligence SecUpn, aiMitionof 1 .clWkbeUeved justified (handled 
separately). Request for ad^Uohal clerk in Latin Ameridan Section hot justified due to 
reaction of work load.. Asisistant BL^cctpr i^eeaMe to reductionsin Agent perj^nnel 
(handled separately), ^p Agents on probation "-? morale appekr^ high. 

Contacts » Exeellont (Last ^bspection ?• Eaccelleht). Assistant Director and. Supervisors 
in Divi^on maintain 140 contacts in varied fieddsi all in position to farnl^ information 
and sertdces in fpreign and domestic fields. 

RECO&gAENDATiONS . ' - " 

1. Assistant Director William C. Sullivan,, EOD 8/4/41, aged 57, GS-18 at 
$3{),239, ziot onprobation, in l^vis^on^ce. 6/4/54. pointed Assistant Director 
6/2/61. Rated Outstanding 4/1/69. As^stant xarector is highly* competent j dedicated^ 
enthusiastic with vast con^rehenfdon of the overall security field. Ue has the respect 
of his subordinates and is qualified to continue in present assignment. Attached for 
approval is lettei? to ailliyan summarizing infection findings. 



2i Ih^ecto;? Joseph A. SlzoO, Number One^ Man, EOD 7/10/35 afi Cleric, ll/i/38 
as Agent, GSrlT at $2^, 764, in mvislon i^ce 9/15/53, not on probation. Rated Out- 
st^dinjg 4/i/69. JHe is energetic, businesslike and inspires the respect and confidence 
ofehis Associates. He has an excellent knowledge pf Bureau policies and procedures^ 
He appears Mghly qualified to continue in his present asMgnment. Attached letter to 
Sullivan will also Inform 0zoo of infection findings. 



If, .^ *» _ r*i-vVtnf»TxwTwn . ^tron 



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Memoran«&mio Mr, Tolson 

R6: In^ectlott - Domestic Jfa,telIlgenc0 Division 



M^ iA /*>.7Lf -H^^?^f 1" ^°^^* EOp 3/10/41, GS-lT3at$29,76<l, iaDlvidoa 
filaca:ip/14/56,. «ot on prplxittpn. H9 was. rate^Outstanding 4/1/69. He presents 
an otttistatttflng appearance. Eo hag fhe re^^ of Ms sabor^natfes and has aa excellent 
knowledge of the overall operations, of the Bir^aui ;He.provides excellent leadership. 
Md is highly Qualified to cohtinae in his present^signinent. ' 



'•^^'* DETAILS UEXTI>A(iE 





Be: |n£$eclioa • JDomi^&tlc Intelligence I&vl^da 

DETAILS 

j^ya:ci^.eONDmoN AimMiaNTiajTAi^eE .......... , . * . ^^kcbllej^t^ 

Divisiott <iccupies s^joce on haH ol ethiloorawd entire floors 7 through lO of 
commcrical Ixj^ding at 8th ^d D Streets, IT. W. ^ace aeciire, neat and eiEcellently 
xnaintained. Bocently repainted throughout. Miiior housekeeping delinquencies ordered 
corrected. *r^o card asoigaed to M^^on f^S iitillzed — > nd safety defects >•> storage 
secure. 

SPECIFIC BWISIONrOPEItA'nOHS^. ..... i. .......... i. feXCEIJtiENT 

Hacjlal situation eidrcmely e:^loMve nationwide^ tvlth international ramifications^ 
BJack:jPantheip!Paiiyt5ddel3r active, wifiidocti^nesof hato, advocacy of yiolencaand 
destruction. Many other similar orgk^Uaiions. Situa^on being cldi^ly foUowe^^ Shice 
lost ine^ecti,on racial matters case load up 19. 6^ radial informants increased over 
300%^ In^Vidua&s on i^tator Index npalinost 400%. BlackKationalistjPhoto^bum, ^^^ 
covering j^oy figures^ set up in all domestic fiel d offiees. and Ottatsa aiid Mexico, igith 



c^sscmination to Central Intelligence Agency and 

Klan memher^p down 15% largely &a,eto successful countcrintomgence action. 
£&viMon making prompt disseTnlnatlon of^ertinent inf ormaiion to. While Hoase^ Depart- 
ment knd other concerned agencies. 

yotai security xnatfcers (5/1/69) 50, 909, including: 075 pending inactive Security 
Index cases, dbwnlrom 32,607 (1/31/60) -- 5.2% dccrcsise. SOLO operation contitnues 
toiumidi valual^c ixifomation, total t)f 31 nii.s^ons completed,:, 7 since lastinspectioU'^'- 
noieworthy. Division clbselyfolloTTin^NewXeftr movement. Secuidty informants 
Increased from 1082 (2/68) to 1180 (5/1/69), Department has made numerous ^fequests 
Of Division in coiuiectlon^'STith proposed heu^gs before ^1^^ Acfivities Control 
Boardrbut hearingis hold on only 6 individuals mnce last ia^ectilon. Division instructed 
to follow closely to jinaire nianpower not needlessly tied t^,; 

As of 5/1/69, 66 double agents being Operated against Soviets (44 last Inspection). 
21^ lndi\dduais under -development as potential dcniblo agents (222 last ihspectlpn); 38 
individuals considered inactive double agents. No d($fectors in'l^lace (5 last Inspectlpn). 
CounterihtelHgence program effective., Ko convictions since last infection and ho 
pl^rsona non grata actions in Soviet - casos. Petition for writ of certiorari filed on 
behalf 6f | | Air Force Servant conyicted 1967 and sentenced 



so veara ae nied bv Suprem e CourC Petitions file d for writs of certiorari on behalf b e 
](Soiviet) ahd l | (American)« convicted 1064 fer ^70 



espions^je, jresulted in vacating of Judgment by Supreme Court 3/69. Case remanded 
to District Court on guestion of use of electronic surveillances -*■» pending. 



^■-r DETAILS COHimupD - 0VBR 



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Meinoran<tom.toMr. Tolcph 

Eo: in^oction •'Domestic. ]toteUigci\co X^vislon 

Natioiu4itie£j Jhtomgcncfe iSectldn continues to develop valuable intelligence data 
o;i non-Soviet JBlop countries. 5 dgtuble'^ents (4 last insipcc^on) being operated against 
.Albania. Established programs continuing i© deyeiop. positiye lnteliigenc& information, 
itrformants againist Chineso coiiiiaunist intolligopce ^tiyittes have inc;reased from S0 to 
04.. informailt coveri^O m activities Qt United Kations delegations e^andcd. 5 double, 
agents (4 last in^ectibii) bebg bpei^ed in Cjjlrie/se intplligehce field. 

RosoMjch-jateilito Bcction continues to develop valuable intolllgcnco information 
01), 7 communist countries (Albania not included)^ 61 double agents (excluding Albania) 
boing joperated against thef 1 countries, increaseot S since last inspection. 2 CzeOh 
defectots handled effectively. 

Latin American Sciction case load decreased by 25^ cases, since last in^^ectlon 
as result of ^reamUncdprocedures adopted; change.in. reporting proce<iires of Secjurity 
Index casesf oHmination of ibpifdnicaa ikipublic.casds; and .moratorium regarding Cuban 
liisfugee 3Prograna. Currently operating IS active and ^-potential itoubie agents against 
Cuban intelligence Setviej^, dfecr^ase jfrom last iniSEJ.ectton (24 double agents). pf 14 
Cuban. JTnited Nations oMcials identified- as known or suspected intelligence agents, 

IHvisSon programs continually being re-eyaluatedl and 2 programs have been 
deleted since last ini^ection. Inspector ^ggoetcd jDivislon explore jpossibility of 
disconfilnuanco of JPxotection of ^ratcgic Jdr Base Program, Streamlining operations 
4ahd procedures instituted by DM^don should result iu savings to JBareau. 

ApMJMISTJElA'nyE.OPERA'nbNS. . . > . ....... i . . ., . ^ VJERYGOOP 

IJ^nt office arid Section saperviiaon effective and efficient, Fomi errors 
detected 1. 69% (^st inspection 1,74%)^ No substMtlve errors detected. Sonographic 
prodtitotion 2.33pagespor hour, i^ Irom previous inspection but substantially below 
Beat of Goyomment (SOG) average of. -3. 20 pages per hour. jRetyped pages above SOG 
average* &^ector emphasized, need to increase production and;^decreaBa errors. 
No errors locatfed in time and attdndaace registers affecting fringe benefits. No 
aijuse of fadfe leave noted, ddd-honr shifts justified. Voluntary overtime equit^y 
shared and productive. Division economy eonscloas. Stops on incoming eommunica- 
Hoas reduced itiiom 5 ta4 since last.inspection •> justified. No unnecessary delays 
In hancHing.mali or filfejj noted. Sdpprvisors alert for delayed reporting liy ilold. 

i»SB^NNEIrMA.TTJBRS . ....,.......„,...., i . VERY GOOD 

fetal personnel 3Qa (approved eomploment 314 «•> 127 Agents ^d 187 clerks). 
BcQuests made for 2 addiUonal !^eni jEvperyisors dao to substantial increase In work 
load Racial XntolUgence Action; and 2 clerical employees in Racial Intelligence and 



-S- DETAILS OCNXINUED -OVER 




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JytemoraiwJum to Mr. Tplson 

Re: ItiEgpdction - I)omostic MelUgonce DMsSpa 

Latin American Septlons, respecttyply. Workload in Hacial IntoiUgouce SecUon hsis 
incre^ased sabstantiaUy but based on Inspector's analyse of overalL workload, it is 
^^evod W^^ can absorU ncfeded increase of: 2 Agents in RadaiCitemgence 
section and- stm reduce ijomplonent -l»jr 2 igent sa^eryisors,. th(^reby reduciag-Agent 
«upor|Jsory st^ from 127 to t25 (previou^cul from 180 to 127 wh^n BtreamiiSng 
security erocedares adopted). Based on;increased work food in iiacial Melligence 
^Qpn, addition of one clerk beli<^vcd justified (handled separakoiy). liequest for 
adJitipnalvClorkinXatin Amorican Sectionnot ju^ified due to reduction of workload* 
Assistant Director agreeable to reductions in Agent personnel (handled separatclyl. 

No ovprweiggitAgentsipne Agent Hinited duty -r. retention justtfie No Agents on 
probation -f morale appeM»s.hig^. ■". 



CONTACTS 



EXCELLENT 



*. ,^ Assistant Director and supervisors in Divi^on maintain 140 contacts in varied 
fields^ ,aU in portion to funiish infprinatton .and services Inforeigii and doiiesttc 



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Name: 



DONALD E.C MOORE 



• bfCH 



EOD: 3/10/41 

Veteran: No 

Reserve Status: N.A. 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. 




Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage-Research Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Div 

Grade: GS-17, $29,764 

Not on probation 

Not on limited ^uty 



iLIVAN: 



Mr. Moore has served in his 
present position as Inspectorsin 
„ .J Charge of the Espionage-Research 

Branch since October, 1956. He possesses a well-rounded background 
xn both field and Seat of Government administration and is most 
knowledgeable in the specialized field of espionage and intelligence. 

Mr. Moore makes an excellent impression. He is well 
poised, mature, and self-confident. He is within the Bureau's 
desirable weight limits. 

On his annual performance rating of March 31, 1969, 
Mr. Moore was again -rated Outstanding. 

. ^ Mr* Moore is capable of assuming additional responsibilities 
He IS interested in and available for advancement. 



Rating: Excellent 



INSPECTOR E. J. HAYES: For comments of Inspector see 

(EJH:wmj 5/28/69) memorandum W. M. Felt to Mr. 

Tolson dated May 26, 1969, captioned 
"Inspection - Domestic Intelligence Division: Inspector E. J. Haves, 
5/1/69 - 5/19/69. " . 



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IC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 
5/6/69 
WCS:lral 




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Sdadar^ Form 88 

'Bureau of the Budget 
^VCuUf A-32<RevO 



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d cuUf A-32 <Rev.) 

1, LAST NAME— FIRSJ NAME— MIDDLE NAME --. 

4. HOME A0DRE^Wum6ff; jfr«« m RTD, eity or town, tonnni Slate) 



PORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATI 



<D 



^ ^ ^ 



88-110 



2, GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 



i^fi^/t/fiL^ 



3. IDENTIFICATION NO. 



V-r^^^ 



efDATE OF EXAMINATION 



7. SEX 



8. I^ACE 



9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



10. AGENCY 



MILITARY 



CIVIUAN 



1 1. ORGANIZATION UNIT 



12. DATE OF BIRTH 



7^/-/r 



13. .PUCE OF BIRTH 



KA 



14. NAM E< RELATIONSHIP/ AN D^DORESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



A/ 



15, EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



16, OTHER INFORMATION 



17. RATING.OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (Tofol) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



NOR- 
MAL 



iCkeck each item in appropriate co/<^ 
utnnrer^ter **NE*' it not evaluated > 



18. HEAD. FACt. NECK. AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22. 



fAR^--»f;FNPRAI <'^'< <* «tt.t<iAaU} (Auditory 



23. DRUMS {PaJoTQtion) 



24. 



FVFC— .rtNCoai iVuv<^ acu^tv and rt/raeUon 
t.Tt;:> "^^"V^f^^itHdtriUmt 69. €0 and on 



25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (EguctUy and reaction) 



27. 



OCULAR m^\i\y^ii,zr:t':fiJzT^ "*"^ 



28. LUNGS AND CHEST (Include breasts) 



29, HEART iThruii,9nf,Thf/tkm, sounds) 



30. VASCUUR SYSTEM {Varkositles, etc) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hernia) 



32. ANUS AND RECTUM </^r;;J!^^:;rf^^t;? 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34 G-U SYSTEM 



35. 



UPPER EXTREMITIES W'-cncM. ranof of 

^ffWtlOfl/ 



36. FEtT 



^rw ^^ •- *_, 



-t 



37. 



LOWER EXTREMlTlES^^a^^'Uo/^..»»> 



38. SPINE. OTHER. MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS. TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



4L.N£U(iOLOGlC itnuxUhfXumUtUundtt \Um 7i) 



42, PS YCH lATRlC iSptciftranvpertonatiivdetiationX 



43. PELVIC (Femates cnly)'(Chtck how done) 

Q VAGINAL D RECTAL 



ABNOR- 
MAL 



NOTES^ (Describe every abnormality indetailt Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment. Continue in item 73 and use additional sheets if necessary,) 



^n^ 



RESULTS 

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^ ALK. PHOS 
l.O B UN 
f/O G LU 
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.:2fl£C«0L 



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RESULTS 



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(Continue in item 73) 



44. DENTAL (Plcct approprtatc symbols abOte or belOto numbirinfsupper end ImceT t^Kth^resp'tciivelv.) 

X^-Mifsiriy teeth. \ \ 



o-^Restorable teeth 
l-'NonrcitOTaUe teeth 

R 

I 



XXX-r Replaced by ientures 



\ (6 XS) -'Fixed bridge, brackets (a 
include abutmerUs 



X 

1 . a 


3- 


4 


5 6 


* 7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 E 


Zl 31 


30 




28 27 


26 


25 


24 


23~ 


22 


21 


20 


^ 


18 


17 r 



REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL 
QE£ECTS AND DISEASES 







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LABORATORY FINDINGS 



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\ 45. URINALYSISr A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY / //^jg /^ 



B. "ALBUMIN 



;C. SUGAR 




I I6JUI-22W5 



D. MICROSCOPIC ^ 



49. BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



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46; CHEST X.RAY (P/acf, dofc /i/m num&er cnrf r Muin 



DTHER TESTS 



f 1^ 



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MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



w^ 



SirHEIGHT 9 



2XL^ 



53^^LOR HMrf 1 



52. WEIGHT 533JX)LOR I 



54.^ COLOR EYES' 



55. BUtLO: 
(Check one) 



57. 



"A. 
SITTING 



SYS 



BlXXiQ>>RES5URE (Arm at heart ImT) 
~B. 



59. 



DiAs^y;^ 

/niSTAf 



RECUM. 
BENT 



SYS. 



OIAS. 



DISTANT VISION 



"RlGriTZO/ ^^ "^ CORR^XOy^ 



UFTJO/ 



3ZZ 






XORR.TO20/ 



62. HETEROPHORIA (SptdfydUktKt) 
ES'- EX* 



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STANDING 



SYS^ 



DIAS. 



SLENDER 



MEDIUM 



HEAVY 



OBESE 



56rTEMPERATOR 



LMPERATOREV^ 



5a. 



PULSE (Arm at heart ierel) 



A^-SITTING 



^c 



B. AFTER EXERCIS& 



REFRACTION 



CX 



BY 



CX 



C, ZMIN^AH^ER 



D. RECUMBENT 



E.^AFTEI^^TANOING 
3 MINI * " 



-^S 



NEAR VISION 



m 



CORR. TO 



BY 



(^f^CORR. TO '~ ' ' '^ 



BY 



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UH. 



PRISM DtV. 



PRISM 'CONV. 



PC 



63. 



ACCOMMODATION 



RIGHT 



LEFT 



66. FIELD OF^. VISION 



70. 



HEARING 



RIGHJWV y ^'^/IS^SV / ^^ /I5 



LEFTWV 



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65: OEPJH PERCEPTION. 
( Test rued a nd sc^e) 



68. RED LENS\EST 



71. 



AUDIOMETER 



RIGHT 



LEFT 



250 



500 

6i» 



1000 



2000 
t048 



3000 

f89e 



4000 



6000 



8000 



UNCORRECTED' ' 



CORRECTED 



69. INTRAOCULAR Pension 



72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
(Tefts used and teme) 



73. NOTES (Cbn/rnu/d) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



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v^f^rt 



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cm 

< Vh addU tonal 4heett if neee4$arf) - Vf S 



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74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (Litt diagnoset toUh item number*) 









CO 






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75. RECOMMENDATIONS-FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Speafy) 






76. A. PHYSICAL PROFILE 




P 


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'U H t e J S 
















77. EX^INEE (Check) 

aHBIjSQUALIFIED FOR - 

bTQ is not qualified for 






B. PHYSICAL CATEGORY 


7$. if not qualified, list disqualifying defects bx ITEM number 


jf 




A 


B 1 C-r E 




" 






79c TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 


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=- 




80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 


v^ 


^^ATURE 


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81. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN (Jnditate vohiih) 




SIGNATURE 


- \ 


tli TYPED OR>RINTE0 NAME Or REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 




SIGNATURE ' ^!* 




;NUM8ER0FAT. ^ 
TACHED SHEETS. 






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7-15-69 



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Mr. Moore: 






Please' advise this Unit if your visior 
'has, 'been cbrrectedfto 20/20, • Thank you. 

.J 

?hysical Unit - 45^ 








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FD-30(> (Rev. 2-9-67) 




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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance of Medical Examiner 



Nam^ of Examinee /l^ ^^ /? fZ "^a/J^^^ £l^ 

(Type or print) - L,ast First- - Middle 

The foHowinig portions of the attached examination report form need not be completed: 

2 ,_ 9 62 69 

.3, 11 65 72 " " 

- 4 14 67-76 

... 8 17 68 ,. . ' [ 

46. "Is necessary unless facirUies for affording same are riot readily available. 

48, Not required unless examinee is over 35 years of age or examination indicates such is desirable* 

49. Is necessary unless facilities for iaffording same are not readily available. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent applicants 
.and Special Agents. Applicants for.the Special^Agent.ppsition will not be accepted if the hearing 
loss^xceeds a 15 decibel average in either eiar in; the conversational speech range (500, 1000, 

^ '2000 cycles). ,_ 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or;^Special Agent Applicants or/Employees: 

The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee ^^is Q is not qualified. for strenuous i)hysical exertion. 

To be Answered in the Case of All Male Employ.ees.and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive tactics; and 
dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 



R2fNo" QYes Jf "yes" please specify defects. 



2. Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of mptor^vehicles? 
g^No □ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. —-^ ^^ ^ 



3. For safe driving of motor vehicles, Civil Service Gommission requires distant vision must test at 
least '20/40 in one eye and 20/100, in the other, corrected or uncop:e<rted. Should'^examinee wear cor- 
rective glasses while operating a motor vehicle? [Q Yes j^^^o 
If/ecommendation is b^sed oW a* factor other than ^ve standard, indicate basis 




r gJTs ^a dvhGd 0P ,,7^/ ^tha»ftL^^^^^^^^ ^ ' "^ ' "^ ^ '^' ^ ^ 




will be necessary for him ta wear coffflctly^-^ , ^ // ^/ ^ I fjj / ^ ^^^^ ^ r::^/ > 



glas ses wtiib driving ^ Gov<i r nnient vdric l g/ J J H //7 m i — ^"T* 




. 19'^i><ii»i*l 







" -- ^•v jf;;,,,,^^ o>»'' ;""*" "DesM bVe Weight Ranges for Males:.. r\\V} 

_ -. — , •• ■—_ , ■ .-.QW^*- 



Height 



Small Frame 



|ft^,G^%edj}im'Frame 



Large Frame 



5' 4." 



117 ,- 125 



123^ 13^^.^^ 



131 - 148 



5' 5" 



120 - 129 



\V '^^ " 



.\\\\.\^126.- 139 



134 - 152 



5'6' 



124 - 133 



130 - 143 



138 - 157. 



- 5'7 



128 - 137 



134 - 148 



143 - 162- 



5'.8' 



132 - 141 



138 - 152 



147-166 



.5'9' 



136"- 146 



142 - 156' 



151 - 170 



'5' 10' 



140 - 150 



146 - 161 



155 - 175 



5'ir 



144 -. 154 



150 - 166 



160 - 180 



148 - 158 



154-171 



164 - 185 



6'1'' 



1'52 - 163 



158 - 176 



169 - 190 



6'2' 



156 - 167 



.163 - 181 



174 - 195 



613' 



160 - 171 



168 - 186 



178 - 200 



6'4' 



169 - 180 



178- 196 



188- 210 



V 



6?5"' 



174 - 185i 



182 - 202 



192 - 216 



' 4. Examinee's frame is □ small Q medium- Cjflarge 

■'.-''' \ ' • • ' - ^•^ ■ -» . » 

5. Considering above weight table, thje^examinee's frame, and other individual physical characteristics, ^ 
j r consider his present Aveight ST^atisfactory Q) Excessive PT Deficient 

6. ..Under proper medical supervision, employee should □ lose ^pounds 

□ B^l^ -r : pounds 

\ Remarks: .: : ^ ■ — r-^. — - 




Signature of Medical Examiner 



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Date 



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FD.281a (Rev. 8.11.64) 





RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF iVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

I certify that I have {^received |^ lettitned the following Govement property for official use; 



D. C. OFFICIAL PAIING PERMIT #3I|29 

expires 6-30-70 



RETURNED 



D. C. OFFICIAL PARKING PERMIT #.5868 

expires 6-30-69 



FILE 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible tor taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 

DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY WAY. ' -^ 



(Signature) 



Very truly yours 




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(Typed name) Donald E J Moore 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee: 



DONAIiD EMVIOORE 



ClVffi 



Where Assigned: DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE 

(Division) 



FRONT OFFICE 



Official Position Title and Grade: 



(Section, Unit) 

INSPECTOR, GS-17 



Rating- Period: from APRIL 1, 1969 



,, MARCH 31, 1970 



ADJECTIVE RATING: 



OUTSTANDING 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 



Rated by: 
Reviewedby: 
Rating Approved by; 




\ Assistant 
rector 



4/3/70 



Si gnat 




Assistant to the 



.s'-'^-*it:;^-HDirector 



Date 

4/3/70 



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^ignati^e 



'^'>yj', Title 

Director 



Date 

4/3/70 



Signature 






TYPE OF REPORT I 



1 krA i421970 



J_J 

m I 1 11 i ll I II I T 



rK Official 

Q^Annual 



f I Administrative 
□ 60-Day 
n 90.Day 
I I Transfer 

i i Separation from Service 
f I Special 



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10 APR 28 







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JMfr. Toisph 



April 6, 1970 



THOMAS J[, MC ANDREWS 
.Number One Man - Inspector 
Special Biycstigaiive Division 

JpSE^iJA. SIZOO 
Number-One Man -? inspector 
Domestic ;Znteliigehce Division 



DONALD E - mOi 
iinspecior --' *^''""' 
pomestid Melligence Division 



lORE 



JAMES F. BLAND - 
l)[umber One Man -^ Bispectpr 
Crime Records Division 



pUTStANDING AlINUAL PERFORMANCE RATINGS 

There are. attected for apprpyaLthe annual perf^^ 
for Messrs.. l^fcAndrews^,; Sizoo, Moore and Blandini/whlch , their services 
:h^ve been ratied-putsfaundfng fo>r thep'eripd April 1, i?69, itotMafch Sljt 
1970* Mr ..4)eLoacfr"has:8igned thes as the Revie5dii|g dfficiai. 

It is certified these off icials^hjavepeif^ the mosfeimportant 

iunctionsot their, posittohs iri a manne? wMcli exceeds the normal, reqiiirSr 
menjE and that this exceptl^^ of effectiveness is, e?pected to continuis 

indefinitelyi |iohe were c^nsuredduiingthe rating;pe^^ 
McAn^ews tor failure lo notify the pirectpr although a\mre<qfpert^^ ^ 
developnaents in- a Selecti v^-' Service Act o^seoif majorimpprtence 



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| . even though he had authorized, submission of an ^ 7 c 
amciaviVDy an Agent cpnialiiing statements relevant to iks. previous 



testimony in this matter* 

ill the ^event you approi/e these. ratings, itis respectfully requested 
that the jbireptPr^i^n tiie pri^hai oleachof them as tiie Approving' Offfcikli 

RECOMMENDATION: ' - 

Thai the Director, as Approving Official, sijgttt&e original of tiie 
attached Outsteindihg performance ratings; for Messrs.; McAndfews, Slzoo, 
Moore and Blaiid arid th^t each be furnished the orii^rial of his ratli^. 






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Copies preparMforJplacihg in personnel files of captioned .employjees 



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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY- 

FEDERALOTEAU OF INVESTIGATION 

-UNITED mm DEPARTMENT OF JUSfiCE 

' ' April 10. 1970 



I certify that I,haveP38!^'the jol!owIng:Gpvefnment property for official use: 
returned * ' ^ 



(1 
(1 
(1 

a 
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Investigating Chinese ^Security Su^ Section, 2y No, 8, 
Israeli Intelligence .Service in tf. S'i #10, ^ 
Target 11. S. Red China^s Intelligence teat #11 . . , 
Potentialities of- Albanian Intelligence Activities in U.S; #9 
Potentialities of Bulgarian Intelligence Activities in U.S. #8 



READ' 

The Governpient ;prbperly which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are 'responsible for taking, care, 
of it and returning, it when its use has been completed,. 
•MABKOR WRITE ON IT OR, .MUTILATE it IN. 




Very truly yours, 







I&PI)^^ 



(Signature) 

■p,,r...„.,.)Dbnald E.\ Htfore ■ 











Name: DONALD E 
EOD: 3/10/41 



.urooRE 



Veteran : No 

Reserve Status: N.A, 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. 




Title: Inspector in Charge 

Espionage- Intelligence Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Division 



Grade: GS-17,, $32,840 
Not on probation 
Not on limited duty 



ULLIVAN: 



Mr., Moore has held the position 
of -'Inspector in Charge of the 
J^ - " ^ Espionage-Intelligence Branch 
of the Domestic Intelligence? Division since October, li956* He is 
experienced in both-field and^Seat of Government administration 
and possesses an excellent Hackgrouhd"^ in; -the, field of espionage 
and intelligence. -- ^ ^^ ' '^ ^ . 

ISr* Moore .makes ; a' most impressive' appearance and presents 
himself in a most ma We Vnti; self|-c6nfident manner. Mr. Moore 
handles his assignmeritsVc6ns"^iste^^ witli^ resourcefulness and 
ingenuity. He is wi{thin the Bureau ?s desirable weight limits. 

During the past. rating period ending March 31, 1970, Mr. Moore 
performed his duties :in/an outstanding manner and will again be 
rated Outstanding. i '- ' ^ ^ j 

Mr. Moore is considered most capable of assuming additional 
responsibilities and he is interested in and available for 
advancement . 



Rating: Excellent 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. M. FELT: 
(WMFrbhg, 4/28/70) 



For Inspector's comments see 
memorandum W. M. Felt to 
Mr. Tblson captioned "Inspection 

Domestic Intelligence Division, Assistant Director W. Mark Felt, 4/2/70 - 

4/17/70, " dated April 23, 1970, WMFrbhg, 



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' APR 30 1870 " 




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MR^TOl^SON April 23, 1070 

INSPECTION - DOMESTIC INTEJ.UGENCE DIVMOJf 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR W. MARK WBhT 
4/2/iO ' 4/11/10 

SOMM AHy 

, „ ■ .1 . .! ,, ^ - Ill , I. III. . I .. 

Olftcials t V,?iUiain C. galiivan, Assistant Dlrectdr in Charge since 6/2/61; Ttospecfor 
Joseph A. Sizoo, KUmbor One Man and Branch Chief (biternal Security » Liaison - 
Reflea:j:ch Branch) since 9/13/57; inspector Donald E. Moore, Branch Chief (Eopionage- 
Ihtclligence Branch) since 10/14/56. I^ct inspection; 5/1 - 19/09. 

Physical Condition andMainteniPince ~ Excellent (Iiact Inspection -> Excellent). No 
change in space -which is secure md weU maintained. Minor Jiousekecpii^ delin- 
quencies not<id"were corrected or ordered corrected. 2 carsassi^ed to DM^on 
luUy utilized. No safety defects, and )i6 accidents since l^st inspection. 

Specific t>lvJteiott €)peratlons - Excellent (Last.1nsi»ctiQn " JSscellent). Viblent racial 
^remist activities continue to increase -« some Intcnuitiohal ramifications. Blacfe 
Panther Party ^xj^andlngand brazenly advocating overthro;?^ of iGovernmontTiy force. 
Case load up 5. 16% racl^ ajid ghetto iifoxiciant&incrdaBOd IZ^ 8%.. BuriSau aiper - 
vision adequately intensified; . , 

Inspector recomniendcd contlnctation of moratorium on investigation and 
reporting cdnc^nilng .Security Index cubjecti^ io |>pi?mit conlinucd use of iield personnel 
on hig^er^priority matters (approved separately). Division iias v^orous^y pressed 
inVestlgatiibn, of Nei? I»eft terroBsts and contributed to 7 qoiwlctloniJ and |8 additional 
Mdictmenis i^isin^ otut oi violent at the DemocraUc Convention in Chicago. Need 
for a^^ipiml cover^e of Ni^w ^<^ft violence stressed. Division Accomplishments 
continue, at high level With coverage and disruption of fiuWe^^ • 

Bloc jepresfentatlyes. "Wbiip House, Attorney General, and totcreeicd ^encies 
promptly advised of pertinent devciopmehts. .SOLO operation coii^inues to furiiish 
valuable informatbn -«^ 4 missions com|dctccl since last Inspection. 

Total se6Urit5r:matteri&..pending:.infi6l4 3/31/76 - $7,740, iipsubstaitiallyirom, 
ye$r ago^ Secui^ty and potehtial security i^ormants decreased slightly '•<- attributable 

Enclosure - . 

1 - Mr, Callahan (Attcntibn Mr. J; B* Adams) (Sent Separately) 



LT^Jto^-J5€^qaclHSeg6t*^eparatcly) , 
i'3>ai^hiior^e5l-M0S^&: Bulli 



S',^ey^hl[oi'#li|5l*;^Mp^ Joseph A. Sizdo an^gpna^dJEi Mddre^ 

^^5?^li£lJl-ii^^ ' CON53NUED - PVSR. ' 

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Mdmorandum to Mr. poison ', 

Bo: Inspection - Domestic mtelligonce Diyisfott 

to Buremi-wido: stress on quality. Nafield delinquency over 7^ in latst § months in any 
claspif icatiott j^pertrieed b^ pii>. 

Qf double agents currently biilng dpe.^ated against ^oVieti^ (60 last inapectipn). 
?Otandet development as poteiiM double agents (218 last tt^ 5de|octprs 

in iklace^ e^ but otcoontxy aipresenttimp^ Chio^viei official arrested since last 
inspectien -^ allowed tp leave Country Isy ^tatc Department. 2 persona non gz^a cases 
involving Soviets* Kationalities Intelligence Section directing operation <^ 14 active 
and tl potential double stents s^aiiist Cuban Intelligence SezTlce, 9 oi 18 Gubhn United. 
$Taiions pmciale identified as Mown or ^spc^ted iMelligenco agents^ ^ ^bublp 'i^ents 
being operated.againii^ Aibaida, 8 suspected Chinese agents inlTnit^dC^tates. Informants 
on Chinese inte1%eiic0s matters incri^apedto 103. jtrom 04 last Inspectiph. 61 doUBle^ 
agents famish valiiable information on 7 jptatellite countries ^^-^lame; as; lajst inspection., 

Foreign liaison opoj^ipns effectively supervised. ^Office at Manila closed and 
new office at Madrid opened. Znspf ctioa Division recommended reduction: Agent com- 
^ement of l^mie CKEfice from Sttol (approved separately).. Domestic liaised effective 
iKit reduced t^^|^SQ^utely Essential functions. Pe^spiial liaison with CIA discontinued. 

Beseafch Section J in existence sihce 1/12/70^ has prepared valuable specialized 
summarjtes jand studies. Agent complement of section reduced'by 1 'With reassessment 
of priorities. . ' ^ 

Administrative Operalidns *. l^^air (Lastlnspectioh -r Ver^ 0ob,d)* Jfrbnt, office and 
sectipa supervision generally eS^ctlvel iw^Sent detected involving airtej to 16 field 
offices ^ith substantial imimct on Agent manppwer initialed out a^' section lerel when 
k^craut^pritjr ^hotUd have- beeii obtained (hj^died sepju^ , 

During inspectipn^ special surve^'ms made to determine possibility of reducing 
supervisoi^ complement in DID and commensurate, ret^ctipn of Agent manpower in 
field h^ reassessing porlorities of security ptpgra^s. Inspector proposed re.duCction of 
8 suporvisdrs a$ fpUp^si Spviot Sofetipn ~ 3, Sinp-Satellite Section - 1, iJationalities . 
MelligenC^ Sectibni ^ 2, Sesearch Section - 1, Liaison .Section -^ 2. Assistant Director 
BMvan,adyiSed if recommendations approved they could be imi)lementedby cutbaclc in 
lower priority programs^ He^ctlons ialRese;arch and Llai^n Sectipns tobe accom." 
pli^ed by cutback in^rvices at the Seat of Oovemment (SOG) wiUino corresponding 
reduction i?i field manpo'wer (approved spi^rately). Dn> proposed curtailment o{ 
coverage ia the Basl-'V^est Exchange Program ah^ most Soviet unofficial visitors to 
,tii§ V, S.- DID also propb^d elimination of Certain i^ases of the counterintelligence 
prograjn in the Soviet Section, elimination of all but ^ey investigations involving 
Americans- traveling in ;l3oyiet ITnion, Cuban JRef i^ee IProgram,. Cuban: travel cases , 
and ciirt^ment.of the JJQCOy Program., ^hese proposals or mpdifications thereof 

' -2- CONTINUED -OVER 



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JSemonmdttm to Viv», 'tplsoii 

Eo: Ittcpoction - pomectic ihteiljigence Blvtslott 

approVejd Dopataiely mid It is pi^imate(325 iield Agents can be^vertcd tambj^e 
esjceiitlal.pr'dgrjMfts 11^ arJfesiilt of thoco chaji|c£f. 

During inunction, other saggections ic7.ero made to streaialinc £»iporvisiQii 
and delegated iapire routlac -t^pr)^. to Qualified clerical personnol. Suggostips alsp made - 
to have stati^ical accprnpltPhmonts pf racial Infprmants recprdod,£3mc as criminal 
informants^ for Inidgctary pirppsos, 

Ko subsit^tim errors detected, Forni orrorir doisn frpm last inspectjbn. 
Stonograi^ic productica below SOG avera|o (3i 11 to 3.40 pages per hpur). I'rainlng 
stressed* Vb^tuntarypyertiineeqttitabfysh^e^smdprod^^^^ pivisipn econpmy * 
cpnsctptts. Kp unacaescaz^ delays iniliandling mail or fties noted^ !Kp cirrbrs affecting 
fringe bpn^litp noted ib time and attendance records* Odd-bptir chilis ItiStificd 

Personnel Mattera ^ Very 6eod (Last Xiaspectlpn-Very Gpod), Approved complement 
312 U2G Aspntsand 186 clerical) — tipt Agent atid down 1 dork since last inspectipti. 
As a result of streamlinhtgrmpasurcsMdireiaUgntog^.^^ Itispectpr irecom« 

mended ^4 BDfector approved rcductlom in Agci^ supervlcpry cpmplemont frpm 126, 
tP 118 (reducticn Pi 0). JBefpre cbmpleticn of inspectipn it i^as recommended and 
approved that 2 of 8 be retained fpfc diversion to supervii^pn pf vlplent jMew .l.ef t grpupo, 
(Net SuporvicpiTr redoctipa § and current apprcyed cpinplement^is 12df,) Clerical 
cpmplemeni.adpquaip but not (^cessiyor \Np Agents pnprpbatipn»- oyerwel^t, oi^ on 
linsited'daty^ )M6raie„ai^arshi^^ . 

Contacts ^ EHcellont (Last Inspectlbii' - Excellent). Assistant ISirectdr and Oivlsion 
olficials maintain valuable high-level cox^acts^ ^ih aposltlon to lumish information 
and services of interest to the. Bureau in foreign and domestic jtldlds. 

BSCOm^ENPATlONS . 

1. AsM^aiitXJirectprWiUiamC. iSaUlvan, BOD 8/4/4l> aged 07rdS-18a^ 
$^0,005, notoj&prpbatlpn, in Divisipa since 6/4/54. ^Apppinted Assistant Directpr 
6/2/61. i^c^ant I^ectpr is Mghlj cpmpetent^ deMcated^ 
excellent cpmprohenslon pf the pyerioU seciirity field, life has respect Pf hisisub- 
ordhiates £&id is qualified tp cpntinuo in present aiisignment. tAttach^d fpr approval 
is istter tP ^uUivahsummariziag inspectipn iindis^s. 



- ^ - COOTPlISIUED - OVEB 



■ -^ ■-.VO-", 

MeJiaorandum to Mr. Tplspa ■ ■> ^ ., 

Ee: iQgpectlon,- Domestic MeUigence division 

2*. Inspector. Joseph A. Sizoo, Number One Jilan, EOp '7/10/35 ast clerkj 
11/1/38 as Agent, GS-lT at §34, 810, in myislba. since ^4(^.25/55, not on probation^ 
He is energetic^ mature, busines^ej knowieageablej. jind inspires the respect and 
confidence' of Ms associates. He appears highly qualif ledio continue In Ms present 
assignment. Attached letter to ^Uiyan wiU also inform Sizoo of Inspection findings. 



'3. Kuspector Ponaid.gv ISoore, ISpDS/iO/41, Gi^-17 at $34,610, iniDlvisipri 
:since tQ/%4/^^i ^pt oniprobation* He prciseMts sin ex6eUent appearance and^l^ 
detailed Mowiedge of o?er^ operations of the Bureau* He jhas the respeci b| his 
subordihates; provides leadership and appears highly qualified ip continue in his 
pre^nt assignment.. Attached letter to Sullivan; tTill also infprni Moore of InspectiPii 
fihdiiags. 



4. Becommendations re other personnel handled eseparately^ 



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April 24, 1970 



Casper .. — ^ 

Mr. Coni'ad 

Mr. Pelt„„, 

Mr. Gale,^^.*.^ 

Mr. Rosen -^ 

Mr. Sullivan ^ 

Mr. Tavel 

Mr. Soyars«. 

Tele. Room 

Miss Holmes 

Miss Gandy 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 

May I express my deep appreciation on 
my performance rating which you so generously 
approved for the past year* 

For over twenty-nine years I have been 
deeply proud to have worked in the FBI under your 
leadership and I most certainly will continue to do 
everything in my power to warrant your continued 
confidence. 

Sincerely yours, 




i»^sv. 



>^W^^^-^ 



Donald EyMaore 



lK)T^uevc^tO<L.^ 3?v\;. 



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Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau>.of Investigation 

Washington, jf. C> 



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PEHSONAli 



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iDetoach 
Walters - 



Bishop .«.. 
Casper »^^ 
Callahon ^^^ 
Conrad »^^^ 
Felt; „ " ' 

Gale, 

Rosen ,-_ 
SulHvaix «_ 

Tavel 

Soycrs _^ 
Tele. Rooc5 
Holmes ,^_-. 
Gandy __ 



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M^ii Donald E»/Moore 
£^derai BureauM>f lavestl 
Wasiilngfeoa, p, C* 

Dear Mobrej 



It is a source of pleasure for me to have this 
opportunity to cbmmena you for the laudable fashion in. 
IvMch you handled your duties at the ^at of. Government 
in connection -with a matter of vital Importance tQ the FBI 
in the security field. 

You afiforded this extremely sophisblcated and 
very delicto operation excellent supervision. I am.most 
appreciative of your hi^y professional perfor?nance. 

Sincerely ybUrSj 

J, Edgar Hoover 



®439 



1 - Mr. Sullivan (Pers onal Attention) 



Re: 






Stai 



IS ~ East Germany 



10 Ju.i 24 1970 ^- 



1 - Mrs. Randolph (Sent Direct) 
RHCrjhr a^ 

(5)' ^1 

67-191804 \ 

Based oh Gray-Sullivan memo date d 6t17-70 and a ddendum 

Administrative Division 6-22-70 re | [ Internal '^n 

Security - East Germany. ldi^M'*^ 



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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPER 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATESDEPARTiENT OF JUSTICE 



Date 



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I certify that I'have |x|.received Q retiiraed thefollowing Government property for official use; 



D. C. OFHCIAL PARKING PERMIT #3135 
expires 6-30-.7I 



RETURNED 




D. C OFnCIAl PARKING 'PERMIT #3429 ^- '^■'^^ S 

expires 6-30-70 jy 



READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible tor taking care 
of it and returning it when its use.has.been'coinpleted« 



(Signature) 



Very truly yours, 




(Typed name) 



D. EJMoire 



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Standard Form 88 

General S^YvIccs Admrnlstration 
TtCMcency Copf^on Medical Records 




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OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION 



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9. TOTAL YEARS GOVERNMENT SERVICE 



MILITARY 



CIVIUAN 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

INSPECTOR 



5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 







10. AGENCY 



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6. D^TE OF EXAMINATION * 



d^SC'-^c 



11.S0RGANIZATI0N UNIT 



12. 'DATE OF BIRTH' 



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13. PUCE OF BIRTH 



14. NAME. RECATfoNSMlp:^ AND" ADDRESS OF, NEXT OF KIN 



KAtL 



15. EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 



16. OTHER INFORMATION X 



RMMXL 



J7. RATING OR.SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY (ro(a/) 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



NOR- 
MAL 



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^(Check each item in appropriate co/- 
^ vmnr enter "NE" it not evalumted ) '_ 



18. HEAD. FACE. HECK. AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21, MOUTH AND THROAT 



22 PAR^^nPNTPAl if ^tt ^ ttt.tanaW^ {Auditory 



23. DROms (PtTfoTQtion) 



24, 






25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26., PUPILS {Equality and rtaaion) 



27. 



OCULAR MOTILITY j^/^r" wlf^C^^ """ 



28. LUNGS AND CHEST {Indudt t^reasts) 



29. HEART <Tftr««f» «i2f, xAyCftm. founds) 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM ( V'crtCO«Vi«, */f.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include htmia) 



32. 



ANIJ5 ANft RFrTlIM <ifftn9rrAoid$^ ,4*tuh^> 
AMU5 AND RECTUM (p,^,taU, if tndi<ated) 



33, ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35. 



UPPER EXTREMITIES J^K*' '^'"' *^ 



36. FEET 



37.' LOWEREXTREMITIES <^';«J//-Ji^^ 



38. SPINE. OTHEa MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS. TATTOOS 



40, SKIN, LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC {E^uth^ium ttttt undfr tUm 7<t) 



42. PSYCHIATRtCt^f^ici/vonir ptttonoXUv d*iTaii»n >' 



fAiy?t\Sti6(fKrMle$ only^iOitck how done) 

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RESULTS 



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teeth 






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29 



28 ^27 



26 25 

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REMARKS AND AD DITWNAL DENTAL 
, DEFECTS AND DISEASES 

- kic:d 



45. URINALYSIS; A. SPECIFIC GRAVITY 



B. ALBUMIN ^ ^ 
Cc SUGAR 



47. SEROLOgS? (Sp^if\ 




/. Oi^A 



UIORATORY FINDINGS 



CROSCOPIC 



ed qnd r?tufA^' M^-ZKO 







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49. BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
- FACTOR 



///.2^a-, /u£<; , 

•so, OTHER TESTS 



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MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



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51. HCI6HT 



52. WEIGHT 



53^^aOLOR HAIR 



57. 



54. COLOR EYES 



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55. BUILD: 



Q SUNDER Q MEDIUM 



Q^tTeavy Q 



Q] OBESE 



56. TEMPERATURE 



f' BLOOD PRESSURE {Aim at htcrt Itvil) 



5«. 



PULSE (Arm at heart UhI) 



/A. 
SITTING 



SYS./S^2< 



DIAS. 9^^, 



RECUM- 
'BENT 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



STANDING 
(5 min.) 



SYS. 



DIAS. 



K SITTING 



8; AFTER EXERCISE 



C.^ 2 min: AFTER 



rr-T 



D. RECUMBENT 



E.AHER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



59. 



DISTANT VISION 



eo. 



REFRACTION 



61. 



NEAR VISION 



RIGHT 



^Uki 



CORR. TO 20/^g;^ 



«y W.^S^ s- ^iS^ 



ex <^o 



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BY 



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CORR, TO 



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62. HETEROPHORIA (Sptctfy di4tanct) 
ES» EX* 



R. H. 



LH, 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 
CT 



PC- 



PD 



63. ACCOMMODATION 


64. COLOR VISION (Tett uted and result) 




/> 


65. DEPTH PERCEPTION* 
(Tfrt Wfd«nrf*tfOr<) 


UNCORRECTED 


RIGHT "^ LEFT =t ^ "^ 


A^.A^v-<r,«.x-.«-n.^ // ^ 


CORRECTED 


66. FIELD OF VISION fs " 


67. NIGHT VISION (Tett u$ed and tccre) / 


6«. RED LENS TEST. 69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION ' 


70. ^ HEARING 


71. \ AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR 
XTettf Uted and «^<)^ 


RIGHT WV /15 SV /I5 


-^.- 


250 

iff 


soo 


1000 
lOti 


t04S 


3000 

tS99 


iOOO 


tf/-(4 


8000 

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LEFTiwV 1 C /I5 SV 1 r /IS 


RIGHT 


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73. NOTES iOnainued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



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75. RECOMMENDATIONS-FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INpICAT^D,(5j>e^i/r) 



76. 



A. PHYSICAL PROFILE 



77. EXAMJUEE (CUik)^ 

A. 0ls QUALIFIED FOR ^ 

B, QlS NOT QUALIFIED FOR 



B. PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



7$, IF NOT QUALIFIED^ LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



79,* TYPgP OR PRINTE D NAME 0/ PHYSICIAN 



D NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



SIGNATURE 



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80« TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



SIGNATURE 



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OR^HYSICIAN Undkttte whkh) 



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SIGNATURE 



82. YYPEp*OR PRINTf NAME OF REVIEWING OFFlCfR OR AI^ROVING AUTHORITY 



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NUMBER OF AT^'. 
TA£H^O SHEfiTS^* » 

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Attachment to Standard Form 88, Report of Medical Examination 
For Information and Guidance of Medical Examiner 

Mocf?B , DahiAlD B. 

Last / First 



Name of Examinee . 

(Type or print) Last / First Middle 

The following portions of the attached examination report form heed not be completed: 



3 


9 


4 


11 


8 


14 




17 



62 


69 


65 


72 


67 


76 


68 





45, 46, 47 and 49;. required for all Special Agent.and FBI National Academy applicants but not for 
any other applicant unless the examining physician deems one, two, three or all four of the 
examinations necessary. 45, 46 and 47 are required in examination of any current employee. 

48. Not required unless examinee is over 35 years of age or examination indicates such is desirable. 

71. Audiometer examinations should be afforded whenever possible for all Special Agent applicants 
and Special Agents. Applicants for the Special Agent position will not be accepted if the hearing 
loss exceeds a 15 decibel average in either ear in the conversational speech range (500, 1000, 
2000 cycles). 

For All Examinees, Whether Clerical or Special Agent Applicants or Employees: 

The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee Qps □ is not, qualified for strenuous physical exertion. 

To be Answered In the Case of All Male Employees and Male Applicants: 

1. Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in defensive tactics and 
dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of firearms? 



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No □ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. 



2. Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 
CZfNo □ Yes If "yes" please specify defects. 



3. For safe driving of motor vehicles, Civil Service Commission requires distant vision must test at 
least 20/40 in one eye and 20/100 in the other, corrected or uncorrected. Should examinee wear cor- 
rective glasses while operating a motor vehicle? rgfxes n No 

If recommendation is based on' a factor other than above standard, indicate basis ^^_ , 

SliM^ioM^B^ advised Off ^awthat It 



will be necessary for Mm to we/r corfechw /Pp // //'}// ^ <^^^f // " M 
fl b^^^pq whi^fi drivifi? a Government vehicle. r /T /— / i/L-UH ^3m{/ .^\ 



-Desirable Weight Ranges for Males 



\ 



Height 



Small Frame 



Medium Frame 



Large Frame. 



5*4'! 



117 - 125 



123 - 135 



131 -- 148 



5' 5' 



120,-. 129 



126 - 139 



134 - 152 



5'6' 



124 - 133 



130 - 143 



138 - 157 



5'7' 



128- 137 



134 - 148 



143-162 



5'8"- 



132 - 141 



138 - 152 



147 - 166 



5'9' 



136'- 146 



142 - 156 



151 - 170 



5' 10' 



140-150. 



146-161 



1-r 



155-175 



5'ir 



144 - 154 



150 - 166 



160 - 180 



148- 158 



154 r 171 



164-- 185 



6'F 



152 -^ 163 



158 -.176 



169 - 190 



6'2' 



6'3' 



6'4" 



156 - 167,- 



163 -a81 



.160 - 171 



, 168 - 186 



169 - 180 



•178'- 196, 



174 - 195 



178 - 200 



188 - 210 



6'5' 



174- 185' 



, 182 -'202 



192 - 216 



4. Examinee's frame is £D small □ medium .[3^rge 

5. Considering above weight table, th^xaminee's-iframe, and-otKer individual physical' characteristics, 
I, consider his, present w4ight :C2^tisfactqry (p;Excessive Q Deficient) 



6. Under proper medical supervision, employee shouldQ lose. 



□ gaihi.. 



pounds' 
pounds 



Remarks: 



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Signa^r/ of Medical<Examiner 




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tH 'vtn goodtjt^oa toiswlto ijai*faly 2cda|^ cojam^ tst 
iroa diet rcsar^cg^ tha A<!!?sncoa Spcuiltr 1a*-!lonrlce- piacs ypor «<^fctl^ 

: Siscetciy years, ^ 

^crccsml Attcattoa SAC: 
1 - Mr* Cacper •► J2nclocurc5 

Pdjrflonal Aitentilcm: Brins to tho attention of apprc>prlate persoimdE'. 
l?«l*fir. EuUlvan - JEiicloGiirc' 

:Perc&nal Attcistloar Brins to tfao aitdiitloa of Jfa spcctor "Doaald E> 



KTooro ancl Sipeclal Agcsats WiUiam A. Sranigan, 



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Jlmer W, Lari2oa, JTr* , aM Ei^cne jSsJPetercoiu 
(3-! J^ersonnel Hie e>f fospector Donald :E^-la oore « Enclosure 
1 - Personnel File of S A William A, Braniga n - Enclosure ^ . 

1 - Personnel File of SA I 1 - Enclosure 



1 - Personnel File of SA Elmer W- Larson, Jr. - Enclosure 
1 - Personnel File of SA Eugene C. Peterson - Enclosure 
NOTE: Special Agent McCarthy is assigned to the Bridgeport Eesident 
Agency, New Paven Division. Inspector MOdre, and SAs Byanigan, 
1 fli^sbn, and Peterson are assigned to the Domestic Intelligence 

W^_-,;u_j3ypL!CATE YELLOW 

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5100 Main Street 
Trumbull, Connecticut 066 
July 2, 1970 



J* Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

U. S. 'Department of Justice 

Department of Justice Building 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 



I want to thank you for the privilege of 
attending the Advanced Security (Soviet Espionage) 
In-Service Class, 6/1 - 12/»70, It was the best 
organized, most comprehensive and most instructive 
such class in my experience. It was helpful not 
only to agents from the larger offices, but also 
to those serving in Resident Agencies where there 
may be only one agent with such cases. 



I would also like to thank all the personnel 
of the Soviet Section who made th e class so sue- 
cessful^and enjoyable; especially! 



be 



Elmer W. Larson, Eugene C. Peterson, William A. 
Branigan, and Donald Moore* 






Sincerely yours. 



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UNITED STATES 

ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION \ . 

WA8HINOTON 20M9 



OCT 1 5 1970. 



/Honorable J. Edgar Hoover 
Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
U»S* Department of Justice 

Dear Mr» Hoover: 



v,^. 



We wish to thank you for the services of Inspector • * ^ '.- / 
Donald E» Moore of your Washington headquarters who gave '-V^ ''J^i'^ 
a vivid and highly informative talk on "Extremism and the .^ .1 ' ./"^ - ■- 
New Left Movement - Threats to Security" at a conference >^' . - "' 
of Security Representatives of the Atomic Energy Commission v /,.. - 
and its contractors in New York City on October 6 last. 






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I- .V. •' • . K'K>'' 
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Over 70 representatives of the AEC and of its major con 

tractors y located east of the Mississippi River , attended 

the conference to discuss ways and means of strengthening '- . ^ '^ \. * * H'^^'^^^tf 

the overall AEC security program by emphasis' on perceptive '^^ ' ' ^^ .^l^'/v ! 

security education and training., 



In this connection, Mr. Moore's presentation was timely V '"'^ 
and specific* We are indebted to the Federal Bureau of ^ \, ^ , 
Investigation and to you for Mr. Moore's services, and - -.'v/. ;, ^,^ . '/^ 
to him for his welcome contribution to our conference • "^ '^ , ^ '? ./ 



"'^—^ — ^^-^i..L__,^,^*'"" Sincerely ,^ 






W >»,<!. 4fcw 7^ /CCX-A-^ 

William T. Riley, Dl??^ctor 
Division of Securit^/ 



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October 21,. 1970 



^.. William T. Riiey - ' . 

iJirector . ' -." ' - * 

bivisibttOfSecuri^ ,.,. • • 

Atomic Energy Coiaamissloa ' . 

WaEfhingtony D. e, 20545^ . 

IDearMr* iRiley: . , ' . ' 

Thank you for y<rap kind lett^^ 

It ms, indeed thoughtftil of yon to write ;and comment as you 

did ccmcernin&the efforts of tospector Moore. I. am certainly 

jilea^ed to learn that his prfesentaticmms, so well received 

and he'sMres my ^titdde for yoor generous remiarks. . 

Sincerely yoiirs, , 






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1 f'iMr. Brennan - Ehclosiire ^ * 

Personal Attention: Bring, to the attention of Inspector Donald E. 
^ Modroi „ C^' - p 

0- Personnel file. of'Inspector Donald E. KTobre: r E nelb.s\iJe 

NQTEv Bufiles. disclose' prior c.prdial correspondence with Mr. Riley 
who ink the Director on 1-2:4-68" and^hp has heen .cooperative in 'the 
past, inspector Moore is assigned to the Domestic Intelligence Division. 

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TO 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

Memorandum 

Mr. C. D. BrenhM' 



DATE: November 9, 1970 



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Walters __ 

Soyats__ 
Tele, Room 
Holnes __- 
Candy ^ _ 



FROM : Mr. D. E, Moore^ 

^^ 

SUBJECT: DONALD E (MOORE 
INSPECTOR-^ 

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE DIVISION 
TRAFFIC SUMMONS 

This is to advise that while driving my personally- 
owned automobile on Interstate 81, north of Harrisonburg, 
Virginia, on November 8, 1970, I received a traffic ticket 
for exceeding the speed limit by eleven miles per hour. 

I was traveling with my family with very limited' 
traffic and did not realize I was exceeding the speed 
limit but pjassed through a radar zone and according to 
the radar was exceeding the speed limit by eleven miles 
per hour. I will, of course, pay the fine set. 

I regret very much that this happened. It is 
the first time I have received such a suimnons in approximately 
thirty-five years of driving experience. I will makearery 
effort to prevent recurrence. 

ACTION; 

For information 

DEMtmjt (4) 

1 - Mc. C. D, Brennan 

1 - Mr. N. P. Callahan 

1 - Mr. D. EV Moore _ 




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November 30, 1970 



MEMO TO MR. TOLSON 



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DORE 



RE: . mSPECTOR DONALD E 
J2 Man in Charge • 
Espionage - Intelligence Branch 
Domestic Intelligence Division 
PHYSICAL CONDITION 



MrTmshop 
r^rennan, C.Df _ 

<f Callahan -J/ 

Mr. Casper 

Conrad 

Felt 

Gale : — 



Mr, 
Mr, 
Mr 
Mr 
Mr 



Rosen 
Tavel 




Miss Holmes^ 
Miss Gandy_ 




Inspector Moore had his last 
annual physical examination on 6^30- 70. 
Results thereof show him to be in^good 
health and qualified for strenuous^ ' 

1 physical exertion. The examining 
physician stated he had no significant^roblems at the 
present except th at he is taking a prescription dru g 
b go times weekl;^. for hypertensio n. His cholesterol and 
I rblood.pressure were, within normal limits and his 
{medical histpi;y does not indicate he has ever suffered 
ti a heart attack*' 

For informationo A copy of his last physical 
examination report is attached* 

Enc. : 



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